Ice and snow
It's cold. Days are short and everything turns black and white. No big fan of cold days, I found a camera could make winter much more interesting.
I found that gardens can still be pretty in a totally different way. There might not be colorful flowers or greenery, but the objects in the garden really stand out against a nice clean background (especially after a snow storm):
I can stay nice and cozy inside, and still capture something from a window when the snow gives the ordinary scenery a makeover:
But if I venture out in the cold weather, my hands might be frozen, I might have trouble keeping balance on slippery roads, but I might find a beautiful still life in the neighborhood:
or, that a lakeshore beach has turned into a winter wonderland:
What are your cold weather subjects?
Photo credits: , Jinlide.
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