This year was one of the worst winters I’ve ever experienced. Icy roads, sidewalks that disappeared underneath a foot or so of snow, and sometimes piercing ice cold winds. (It’s a good thing I don’t have to shovel, or I would definitely hate winter). Despite all that, I still do love the way winter changes our surroundings, like fresh snow on the trees. I love the way snow falls slowly from the sky and sometimes I just have to stop and watch (and try to catch some on my palm). These photos are from my last project in the Introduction to Photography class. My professor said looking at these made her like winter a little bit (and that’s a compliment!). A father and daughter, taking a stroll at the park. There is still colour and warmth in winter. Beauty in white. Trees covered in snow. Birds on a post. A winter tree.
Steadfast journey to the great unknown the red and white boat, it carries hearts filled with excitement and awe danger and mystery create no fear for the young look at death with innocent bravery And those on land left behind wait in anxious agony Time passes and the red and white boat returns red with blood white, their souls surrendered and left at sea