A Spot Of Winter

Winter is always the toughest season for photography - at least for myself, anyway. If you've kept pace with my blogs, you already know that winter and I are engaged in a sort of "peaceful co-existence" - in other words, I (mostly) don't like it, but I cope as best I can. So I count the days and salvage whatever images I can until I see the first spring blooms, so I can give the wintry season the send off I think it deserves: "Don't come back now, ya hear?" Since winter isn't too willing to give up its grip here in the Smokies until, oh, mid-April, I have no choice but to cope and adapt. The barren trees and brownish landscapes don't usually inspire great images, unless you're lucky enough t

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