The gray days of winter have arrived along with a polar vortex or two. The days are short and night falls quickly but from the heights of the city to the seashore mother nature puts on a vibrant display. Winter sunsets can be spectacular and I am lucky this year to be privy to a view high at Rock Center in New York City. No two sunsets are ever the same and it is amazing how quickly the light changes. Sometimes if you hesitate you miss the moment.
Here are some winter beach images from South Carlina. The low winter light is perfect for photographing wildlife.
In the spirit of beating the winter blues, I created a Pinterest board devoted to the subject that contains some interesting DIY projects to infuse your home with color and light!
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A snowy and cold winter here in the Hudson Valley. And the snow keeps coming. Walking the trails has become impossible due to the foundation of ice. After so much biting cold weather and frequent snow storms accompanied by gray … Continue reading →
The deep freeze has left the Hudson Valley for the short-term and we are in a bit of January thaw. It has been cold and gray and damp and dreary for the most of the winter. Truly a gray winter. … Continue reading →
The first snowfall of the season started early this Saturday morning. I went for a walk in the woods and experienced the beautiful silence of snow. The woods were quiet and except for an occasional chirp of cardinals and sparrows … Continue reading →
Today I went to arts and crafts show to see dear friends, Merrill and Paul Gisondo, who are ceramic artists and owners of Point Pottery. I was drawn to the simple designs and palette of earth tones. Paul is a … Continue reading →
Here is my photo gallery from a week on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. I have been coming here for over 30 years and it still charms me. Photographing wildlife and nature is a creative outlet and a natural stress … Continue reading →
I am so fortunate to live in an area with great walking trails. I walk out the door with my two dogs and within minutes am surrounded by woods. I always bring my camera along because I never know what … Continue reading →