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I like mixture of ice and warmth of the leaves. Its a  metaphor for life,  like with yin and yang so to speak. I have been thinking about my work and what does it say about me and I think I have finally found my style and only time will tell, what the truth is. […]

I found this image among the the pines in the pinebarrens at Whitesbog, NJ I like feel of the snow and love the little sparkles I finally managed to capture. I felt the evil present of the Jersey Devil hiding in the landscape. The snow flakes are crystals and are very beautiful as they reflect […]

We had a great snow fall last night and living close to nature always provides a wealth of photo opportunities. I don’t consider myself a wildlife photographer, but I do try on occasion.

“The surface of fallen snow–its contours and texture–can tell the interested observer much about the forces that shaped it and about its stability and what it is likely to do. Will it be good for skiing or for packing as a snowball? Will it slide? Is it dangerous?” Move snow Textures

White Out All Honker-ed Down Last farm in Medford, NJ Buy my Snow Photos at Fine Art America

Snow is still falling as I took this photography this morning out my window in Medford, NJ. The image is  a collection of three portrait orientation  photographs, merged in Photoshop and cropped square. and here’s a Black and white conversion.

This is a hand held panoramic photograph from Fridays shoot, located in the Wharton Tract in the Wharton State Forest. The shot was rushed because some dogs keep chasing me and I had no time to set up a tripod, plus I was probably trespassing which was exciting. Click on image for larger view.

A winter wonderland complete with snow covered pine needles.

Getting outside in a winter wonderland.

Cow Point in Medford, NJ with a white out, it was great to feel the wind, ice and snow, makes me feel part of it. Stay warm, Cheers

I found these images and thought they fit the season and wish ever one a happy holiday. X99CHFBTEQU7

This pics from February of last year, I think it suites the category of Winter. What do you think?

I was looking though old pictures for what the weather was like in December in previous years. I found this picture  post card from Goshen Pond and thought what it was like in the first week in December 2005 before global warming. I sure hope we get some angel dust soon my sled runners are […]

Yesterday, my wife and I spent the afternoon on the beach, I didn’t have any sky to work with but found some interesting forms on the beach while she collected shells. Buy my Prints here at Fine Art America to make donation to this artist. cape may photos

I was looking for a conifer forest, but had to settle for this shot.

A landscape photograph of the snow in my back yard made me think of this poem. The way a crow Shook down on me The dust of snow From a hemlock tree Has given my heart A change of mood And saved some part Of a day I had rued. Poem by Robert Lee Frost

Photograph of snow covered trees in Medford, NJ A view of  my back yard last week, enjoy the peace and quite. Love the blues skies and snow in the trees.

My photograph snow covered tree shots from Medford, NJ.

As I continue to try and find the perfect snow picture, here’s one I like.

The First Snow-Fall By James Russell Lowell, Brahmin Poet THE SNOW had begun in the gloaming, And busily all the night Had been heaping field and highway With a silence deep and white.Every pine and fir and hemlock Wore ermine too dear for an earl, And the poorest twig on the elm-tree Was ridged inch […]

Well Moose Peterson knows and you can find out the rest of the story here: http://www.moosenewsblog.com/2009/01/how-do-you-expose-for-snow/ A great question of late from readers has been, How do you (as in Moose) expose for snow? Of course living in snow, I have a number of off the cuff answers, but I’ll move past those and get […]

*Let your thoughts pass though you like the wind through the branches of a tree. * I love the snow-covered branches of these trees in my back yard, I’m very lucky to have such beautify to looks at and enjoy with my family. Louis Dallara