Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow!

Happy First Day of Winter Everyone!

Get outside and enjoy the snow and ice.

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For those of you in the southern hemisphere, have a great summer!

(Too bad you’re missing out on all the winter fun) 🙂

Photography 101: Double

Mirror, Mirror.

New Hampshire’s Mt. Chocorua, uniquely doubled in a mirror image created of snow and ice.

Chocorua Reflected In Ice And Snow

Photography 101: Treasure

Winter Treasure.

Winter is coming.

Cold winds blow.

The mountains frosted white.

Deep in forest as the cold takes hold, icy treasures glisten.

Changing, new, from day to day on the whims of the stream.

There for the taking diamond white, jewels created of ice.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

In Search Of Treasure.

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With my recent article for the New England Photography Guild, and my submission to the Juxtaposition Weekly Challenge theme, you all may think I have ice on the brain.

In an effort to remove all doubt, here are a few more frozen treasures to feast your eyes on.

 

Ice Beautiful

My Winter Photography Isn’t All Grand Scenic Landscapes.

Sometimes it’s the little gems that catch my eye.

Here, in my latest article for the New England Photography Guild, I write about the hidden jewels I find along the way to those wonderful mountain vistas.

Winter Jewelry

Winter Jewelry

Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition

Does the water,

as it rushes past the ice hanging in crystalline beauty,

realize they are one and the same?

Chandelier

Sunday’s Hidden Treasure

The frigid water at Livermore Falls flows between the beautifully patterned ice on the banks.

Livermore Falls, Campton, NH.

I’ve always loved the patterns and colors in the ice along the cliff and now I’m finally getting around to doing something with this image.

I’m coming to realize that winter might very well be my favorite time of year to make photographs.

Original date of capture: 2/6/2010

Camera body: Canon EOS 40D

Lens: Canon EF 17-40 f4L

iso 100, 40mm, f16 @ 1/4 second.