Dave Higgins Photography

Looking at life through nano-coated lenses

I’m not a big fan of going out and taking pictures during the winter; it’s generally cold and I’d rather be skiing if I’m going to be out in the elements. But this has been a particularly cold and snowy winter, so if I want to take pictures I have to just bite the bullet, dress warmly and get out there. Here’s a sampling of winter photos; click on any image to see a larger version.

Catskill Sunrise, 2/24/2011

 

Sunrise, 2/26/2011

 

Locked Gate, 2/26/2011

 

Hay Rolls #1, 2/26/2011

 

Field, 2/26/2011

 

Snowy Woods, 2/26/2011

 

Open Field, 2/26/2011

 

Meadow and Trees, 2/26/2011

 

Trees, 2/26/2011

 

Snow-filled Lane, 2/26/2011

 

In early March we had an ice and snow storm. Usually the ice quickly melts after such a storm, especially one in March. But this time the temperature didn’t get much above freezing for a few days. Combined with the March sun, this led to a subtle thaw and refreeze cycle that led to some interesting effects.  Here’s a sampling…

 

Ice on Fence #1 - 3/7/2011

 

Witch-hazel flowers - 3/7/2011

 

Frozen droplet - 3/9/2011

 

Ice on Fence #2 - 3/7/2011

 

All photographs are © Dave Higgins and “Dave Higgins Photography,” 2011; all rights reserved.

Some additional winter photos done in black & white infrared can be viewed here.


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