Weekly Photography Challenge – Snow White

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Check out these images of snow I rounded up earlier today.

Thomas Hawk

By Thomas Hawk

Weekly Photography Challenge – Snow White

This week your challenge is to go photograph something snow white – so what that means is that if you do not live in a place where it snows you can still shoot based on the theme white. Try doing a white subject on a white background, something high-key.

Howard Ignatius

By Howard Ignatius

Howard Ignatius

By Howard Ignatius

Sheree Zielke

By Sheree Zielke

Thomas Hawk

By Thomas Hawk

Rene De Paula Jr

By rene de paula jr

Will Montague

By Will Montague

Ben Raynal

By Ben Raynal

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Simply upload your shot into the comment field (look for the little camera icon in the Disqus comments section) and they’ll get embedded for us all to see or if you’d prefer upload them to your favourite photo sharing site and leave the link to them. Show me your best images in this week’s challenge. Sometimes it takes a while for an image to appear so be patient and try not to post the same image twice.

Francisco Gonzalez

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Randi Hausken

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Jérémy Lelièvre

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  • Amanda Richardson

    Depths of Winter

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    Another from the Marquette and Lake Superior shoreline.

  • Mark

    “Our shadows taller than our soul”

  • Eltu

    Taken at Longwood Gardens

  • SteveR

    We have had an abnormally warm winter here so far (NOT because of “global warming”) so I am sharing these from last Thanksgiving. Frost flowers are formed when there is moisture in drying flower stems and the temperature drops below freezing. This forces the frozen water out through cracks in the stem and makes these delicate and intricate ‘frost flowers’.

  • SteveR

    I love the way you captured the snow in the air.
    What are the structures on the side of the bridge? It looks like doors to let down in inclement weather.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    I have no idea what this structure is for. I assume it is something marine related, at first I thought it may be for the manufacture of larger vessels. I just thought it looked cool and took some pictures.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    From last December, Iron Mountain Michigan. No snow on the ground yet this year.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    Another from last Decmber.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    I love photographing the back roads during or just after a heavy snowfall.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    Pine Mountain Ski Hill in Iron Mountain Michigan.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    I did some research into what this is and found that it’s use was to load ships with iron ore. The Ore Dock structures on the sides are slides which allowed the ore to slide into the cargo holds on the ship. If you look at the top you can see the ends of four sets of train rails. They had a train tressle with tow rails that split just before the structure so they had room for four rows of ore card to load the structure.

    This video shows it in use. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEX1UGn3aRE

    This video is from an inspection for it’s current condition: http://www.mqtcty.org/oredock.php

  • SteveR

    Neat video!! This must be much larger than I thought. After seeing the video, I can now see the four sets of RR tracks on top.
    A relic from a bygone day. I am amazed at the sheer size and magnitude of some of the structures of years past.

  • Gregg Hasenjaeger

    It is amazing.

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