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Reader photos: Summit Daily’s Fall Photos Gallery ends

To celebrate the fall season, Summit Daily News asked readers to submit their best images for its Fall Photo Gallery. The gallery accepted images from Sept. 28 through Oct. 31. Nearly 500 photos were submitted.

Some of these images were featured in the print issues of Summit Daily News and some were featured in galleries that ran online.

To view all the images, visit SummitDaily.com/fallphotos.



Submit your photos throughout the year

The Summit Daily News accepts reader photos year round and considers these images for its print issues and social media platforms. To share your photos of Summit County, submit them to share@summitdaily.com, or tag us on Instagram and use #ExploreSummit for a chance to be featured.

Joel Wexler/Courtesy photo
Aspen trees turn into a golden hue at the base of Breckenridge Ski Resort during Summit County’s fall season in 2022.
Joel Wexler/Courtesy photo
Jacqueline Talbott/Courtesy photo
Bright leaves pair against a blue sky during Summit County’s fall 2022 season.
Jacqueline Talbott/Courtesy photo
Paul Gallaher/Courtesy photo
A splendid view is seen from Salt Lick Trail during Summit County’s fall 2022 season.
Paul Gallaher/Courtesy photo
Justin Furgurson/Courtesy photo
Fall and winter clash in Fairplay in 2022.
Justin Furgurson/Courtesy photo
Kirk Kalstad/Courtesy photo
Extenuate Mine in Breckenridge is surrounded by golden aspens and green pine trees during the fall 2022 season.
Kirk Kalstad/Courtesy photo
Heidi Spurgeon/Courtesy photo
The Dillon Reservoir is bordered by golden aspen leaves during Summit County’s fall 2022 season.
Heidi Spurgeon/Courtesy photo
Kate Hood/Courtesy photo
A colorful hill overlooks the Dillon Reservoir during Summit County’s fall 2022 season.
Kate Hood/Courtesy photo
Kayla Fosegan/Courtesy photo
A sunset closes out a fall day in Silverthorne in 2022.
Kayla Fosegan/Courtesy photo
Sarah Kiehl/Courtesy photo
Goldendoodle sisters, Addie and Eva, enjoy a fall hike along the Sallie Barber Mine Trail near Breckenridge in 2022.
Sarah Kiehl/Courtesy photo

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