Taken in the Harbor East area of Baltimore during the 2018 holiday season. I only had my phone with me but couldn’t miss a steam shot.
Stone masons worried that their materials would freeze together covered them just before a recent snow. Good timing.
Olympus OMD EM1 with 12-40mm f2.8 zoom. Processed on my iPad Pro using PhotoCopier®.
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Embracing winter is one of the keys to surviving and keeping one’s sanity in the cold north. Being willing to see beauty in the ice and snow, be willing to endure the frigid temps and howling winds will open the photographer to rewarding opportunities.
Canon 5DS, Tamron SP 28-75mm f/2.8, ISO 50, 75mm, f/10, 1/250 sec.
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Come with me
down to the beach.
Look at the wind,
play with the sand.
Lie down in the sand
watch the dancing sand corns.
But, Dress you well,
to keep out the chill.
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It was as cold as it looks.
Olympus OMD EM1 with 12-40mm zoom. Processed in Snapseed.
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The bitter cold of winter holds us close, but does not warm the body.
Canon EOS 5D S, Tamron SP 28-75mm F2.8, ISO 50, 63mm, f/ 11, 1/20 sec.
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There’s no warmth in this cold winter sun.
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Although winter can be harsh, filled with hard, frozen surfaces, sometimes a gentle softness can be found in unexpected places. A snowdrift, sculpted by wind and lit by a cool February sun reminds us that nature can also be soft in the midst of a brutal winter.
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