Color in Winter
Winter normally leaves me longing for color. It’s early winter here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and winter can last into April with cold arctic blasts the norm thru January and February. Today I spotted green on the cross country trails at the Blueberry Ridge Pathway (for more on this outing visit Running Marquette).
Then I spotted this vacant duplex out on Presque Isle today. The color of the bark was warm and inviting and quite a contrast to the biting windchill temps. Mike and I were shooting the waves of Lake Superior which I will end up posting over at A Winter Journal. I plan to continue to seek out color all winter. I also promise to learn filters, and actions, to bring unique takes on art in winter.
Posted on January 3, 2010, in Nature Photography, Ordinary Day, Woods and Water and tagged arctic blasts, blueberry ridge pathways, color in winter, marquete michigan, Photos by Kim Nixon, Presque Isle. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.