Winter Sunset — wallpaper

| January 3, 2007

[UPDATED 11/23/07] Note that I’ve now placed all my wallpaper photographs (including this one) in their own page on this blog (you can also use the ‘Wallpaper’ tab in the pages bar above).

[UPDATED 01/04/07] Many thanks for Gaius over at Blue Crab Boulevard (one of my favorite blogs) for the link and the kind words. Ditto to 21st Century Paladin. In the meantime, I’ve posted some more post-blizzard photos.

Here’s a photograph I took after the first blizzard that came through Colorado on December 20th and 21st:

If you’d like to use this as wallpaper (or for any other non-commercial usage), here is the full-sized original plus some versions resized and cropped for common wallpaper sizes:

I may post some of the other pictures I got after the storm, if there’s any interest. ..bruce..

P.S. I just noticed that the time and date settings in my D-70 are clearly wrong. This picture was taken on December 21, 2006; I’ll have to check out my camera to see what the time offset is.

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Webster is Principal and Founder at Bruce F. Webster & Associates, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Brigham Young University. He works with organizations to help them with troubled or failed information technology (IT) projects. He has also worked in several dozen legal cases as a consultant and as a testifying expert, both in the United States and Japan. He can be reached at, or you can follow him on Twitter as @bfwebster.

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  1. Gaius says:

    A beautiful shot, I have linked it.

  2. PrincessJami says:

    I love how you captured the sparklies in the snow. It was especially pretty when my husband and I were walking home from eating out a couple of nights ago…the sparkling snow in the moonlight was kind of romantic. But then it was just cold. 🙂

    (hopped on over from Paladin’s site.)

  3. Paladin says:

    Yeah, great shot. Makes me yearn for a ski vacation. Yearn I say!