It's easy to fall into a bit of a trough in winter, temperatures are not helpful and winter storms can be terrible. But don't let that get you down, winter provides us with some great opportunities for an entirely different view of our usual haunts. Let the Ice falls and dark snow filled skies bring mood to your images instead of yourself.
I appreciate that we don't all have the rocky mountains and their incredible beauty to work with, but wherever you are in the world you will have your own changes. Sometimes they are subtle, perhaps a shortening of the days or the arrival of the rainy season, and sometimes they are huge like the arrival of the Canadian winter.
Wherever you are I'm sure you will be aware of the changes to your own environment no matter how small. If you are aware of them then you can find a way to photograph them. Perhaps you could make yourself a seasonal theme and return to the same location and repeat the shot as each season passes.
Maybe you could use macro to show the changes, or shoot the differing wildlife such as migrating birds (or migrating herds) However you decide to capture your environment as it transforms through the seasons, don't let the weather get you down, just see it as a challenge and decided what you can shoot in those conditions (whatever they may be)
The shot below was made right beside highway 742 between Kananaskis and Canmore in Alberta, Canada. You can see the road buried under ice (as it usually is in the winter) to the left of the shot. Ahead Mt Nestor fills the storm filled skies and provides perfect balance to the weight of ice on the right.
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