Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 02

The rules are simple and I’m very glad that a lot of you decided to join the challenge. If you haven’t joined, but feel like joining, it’s not too late. The idea behind it is to get you to shoot often and continuously, to build up your portfolio, get some photographic experience and have fun. This way you’ll capture the changing seasons throughout the year.

I could write more about this, but it’s easier if you check out the first post and read all about there:

Every month, all of us participating in this challenge post a gallery of pictures of the same area to show the seasons as they change. This month, I can’t exactly show the same view because my way is blocked by nearly 6 feet of snow with more due over the weekend. But all of these pictures were taken within 100 yards of last month’s gallery.

I hope that a month from now, the scene will be greatly changed and instead of icicles and piles of snow, we have green grass, buds, crocuses and maybe a robin.


    1. Thank you! Believe it or not, they AREN’T blue-toned. That’s the way the world looks during a blizzard. Something about the way the light is affected by the falling snow. And of course, the time of day. And the lens I’m using. I didn’t tone it. It toned itself 🙂


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