Winter Photography

Article and photographs © Al Perry

Hoarfrost on Grass and Woven Wire Fence in Nevada
Hoarfrost on Grass and Woven Wire Fence in Nevada

I have always enjoyed the challenge of winter. As a teen in North Central Indiana, I rose two hours before sunrise in the coldest months of the year to run a mile-and-a-half long trap line. More recently, I’ve grown to rejoice in the photographic opportunities heralded by the cold snowy months of winter. Wildlife looks best in the winter; especially with snow as a background. Landscapes take on a whole new form with the gentle accumulation of snow and ice. Continue reading Winter Photography