Well, it's certainly has been a while since I've done an update here. My time has been consumed by non-photography issues for several months now, but I've managed to squeeze some shoots here and there.
As I prepare for what is shaping up to be a busy spring and summer season and I review some of the images I created over the past few months, I can't help but be grateful at the fact that #1 → winter is pretty much over, and #2 → that as cold and brutal as it was, it provided me with some great opportunities to create some amazing images and photographs.
I like how the weather changes the landscape in such a way that it seems as though you're in a different world sometimes. Knowing the type of results I get out of these outings, encourage me and make it worth all the layers of clothing that have to be worn to be out there and the harsh conditions we photographers have to endure sometimes in order to "get the shot".
I like to look for imagery and interesting formations in the ice, much the same as we sometimes do when looking up at the clouds. Whereas it's ice or trees or clouds, it is very interesting to see the things nature shows us sometimes.
Buildings and animals make interesting subjects in the winter also. The challenge they pose (at least for me) is to show them in a way that says something as opposed to something just sitting there. Animals tend to sometimes be a bit difficult to track and photograph in their natural habitat without bothering them, but when it happens, it's pretty cool.
I hope you've enjoyed these photographs and images. I also hope you too had a chance to get out and shoot something this winter.
Thank you again for checking out and reading my blog.
Until next time...!