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Walking in a Winter Wonderland – 30 Images of Winter Photography to Motivate You

If you live in the norther hemisphere like I do you may have been buried by the white stuff already. Here in Alberta we’ve had almost as much snow in the last 30 days as we did all last winter, and it’s still coming! Yesterday Mother Nature decided to play games with us and rain, giving us skating ponds for roads and sidewalks. Thanks!!

But, this season can also make for some stunning winter scenes, if you can motivate yourself to get out of your nice warm house and go do some photography. The light is great this time of year because of the low angle on the horizon, so take advantage of it! Get up early and photograph the hoarfrost, if it occurs in your neck of the woods, it makes for breathtaking images that make our southern counterparts want to come visit!

For you southern hemisphere dwellers, enjoy these image, and do come visit us up north any time you have a desire to photograph in the snow!

Here’s a few articles on winter photography to help you get started:

By Luigi Torreggiani

By Tom Gill

By Dawn Ellner

By Trey Ratcliff

By blmiers2

By 8#X

By Keith Williams

By Bert Kaufmann

By LASZLO ILYES

By Eyesplash – Winter is coming along with Santa

By martinak15

By Alexey Kljatov

By martinak15

By carfull…Cowboy State-r

By Marilylle Soveran

By contemplative imaging

By chrmoe

By Ryk Van Toronto

By carfull…Cowboy State-r

By Martin Liebermann

By Tatiana Gerus

By Bas Bloemsaat

By Scott Law

By fotosutra

By Doug Brown

By Denis Messié

By Ingo Meironke

By glasseyes view

By Zach Dischner

By Pascal

 

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  • Marcos Loyola Rivera

    I really like the atmosphere of this one.

    Taken someday on winter time in the souther hemisphere

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/mloyolarivera/7552623402/

  • Tony Stanisch

    Here is one of mine to add.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/tonystanisch/

  • Lou Hablas

    Beautiful images! Wish we had snow like that more often. Here’s a shot from a rare, heavy snow in Georgia (USA) taken a few years ago…

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/yohablophotography/5306117555/

  • John Craft

    Also checkout 99PhotoTricks web for some cool tutorials.

  • harold

    Playing in the snow isn’t just for people, Jack loves the snow

  • harold

    Sun Dog made created by ice in the atmosphere, shot through my sun glasses

  • Dianne Budarz Interlande

    The calm before the storm.

  • davesalpha

    We had some heavy snowfall in Nebraska a few years ago.

  • JRaddatz

    Here is one of mine from Dec. 20, 2013.

  • Kinne

    Ice formation on Roskilde Fjord, Jyllinge, Denmark

  • http://www.corporatephotographylondon.com/ Corporate Photographer

    a day in the snow

  • marius2die4
  • Darlene Hildebrandt

    Please stop posting a link to this on every article.

  • Christian Radu Chereji

    May I offer (modestly, as I’m just an amateur) one of mine?

  • Prabath Malluwa Wadu

    Winter hits DC late 2013. This snap was taken just out side of the front door. Glad I am way south of the Alberta.

  • Prabath Malluwa Wadu

    Could someone please point me the “Idiots’ Guide – How to make your thumbnail visible as a photograph”?

  • http://www.nybrand.se/ Tomas Nybrand

    And here is a winter pic of mine from the previous winter.

  • Iva

    I wish for more snow in PA

  • Erran Stewart

    There are some beautiful images here. Nice post

  • Good Citizen

    Can you explain better what the problem is here? Is someone putting links to your articles elsewhere on other websites or are they putting comments here with links going elsewhere?
    I am not doing either but it would make is easier for people to keep within your expectations. Your concerns are not clear to me.

  • http://www.herviewphotography.com/ Darlene Hildebrandt

    Sorry the offending comment has now been deleted – someone keeps posting a link to the same web site over and over again on every article we published. That adds no value to the discussion and is just blatant self promotion. That is not the way to gain fans

  • Guest

    I’m pretty pleased with this picture on a drabby snowy day.

  • Guest

    In a blizzard

  • http://www.ashleyhauck.com Ashley Hauck

    Wow! The icicles on the lighthouse are just incredible.

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