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December 16th, 2014

Photo of the Day by Gerald Macfly

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Further Down the Tree Line' by Gerald Macfly
If it’s possible to hear the early morning quiet on a crisp winter day, I do as I view Gerald Macfly’s photo ‘Further Down the Tree Line’. Macfly submitted the photo to the Winter Quiet Assignment, which is open until midnight PST today. “On a chilly quiet morning near Mount Fuji, before sunrise. The pond … 
December 15th, 2014

Photo of the Day by Kevin Russell

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Frozen' by Kevin Russell
Kevin Russell’s exploration of his home state resulted in the photo of Tipsoo Lake and Mount Rainier entitled ‘Frozen’. “I’ve lived in Washington my entire life, but this was by first visit to Tipsoo Lake, and the scenery I had seen in pictures did not disappoint. The ice and snow allowed me to capture something … 
December 8th, 2014

Photo of the Day by Shawnel Hope

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Crater Lake' by Shawnel Hope
Today’s Photo of the Day is ‘Crater Lake’ shot by Shawnel Hope with a Canon EOS 60D, Canon 18-200mm lens and Polarizer. “Made the drive to take this panoramic image of Crater Lake. Had to trek through knee deep snow, and hike in 25 degree temperatures waiting for sun to set. This image made it … 
December 4th, 2014

Photo of the Day by Laura Zirino

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Bryce Sunrise' by Laura Zirino
Last year Laura Zirino started searching for snow and was rewarded at Utah’s Bryce Canyon. “This was my second attempt to find snow in 2013. All I got was a light dusting, but as the hoodoos began to glow in the early morning light I was glad they weren’t buried in snow,” says Zirino. The … 
December 3rd, 2014

Photo of the Day by Randolph Fritz

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Larches' by Randolph Fritz
Today’s Photo of the Day, featuring larch trees, was submitted to the First Snow Assignment by Randolph Fritz. “Larches are the only conifer in the northwest whose needles turn gold in the fall and then drop for the winter. They provide a lot of our fall gold in autumn. I found these with a fresh snowfall … 
May 28th, 2014

Contrasting Landscape Winner Angela Service

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Winter Spirit' by Angela Service
Congratulations to Angela Service. Her photo “Winter Spirit” is the winner of the Contrasting Landscape Assignment. “I captured Spirit Falls in Washington on the Little White Salmon River. After the first winter freeze in December 2013, I was disappointed that I didn’t make it out to this location, so I was hoping for another drop … 
April 4th, 2014

Winter Macro Assignment Winner Carolyn Derstine

Posted By Ashley Myers-Turner
'Frozen Bubbles' by Carolyn Derstine
Congrats to Carolyn Derstine for winning the Winter Macro Assignment. “This photo was taken in January of 2012, along a creek that runs behind our property in Telford, PA. As I wandered along the creek, I would look for interesting designs and compositions in the ice.  That day, the designs were fantastic.  Did not pre-visualize, … 
March 7th, 2014

My Birthday Present

Posted By Ian Plant
"Ice Age"—Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, USA (by Ian Plant)
(© Ian Plant) A few days ago—I’m not going to say when—it was my birthday. I’m not bringing this up to elicit “Happy Birthdays” from everyone (please don’t bother). Birthdays are essentially meaningless to me; in fact, I had totally forgotten it was my birthday until I got a scattering of calls from the few … 
February 18th, 2014

Photo Of The Day by Anthony Bonafede

Posted By Christopher Robinson
November Morning by Anthony Bonafede
What’s more inspiring in the winter than a black and white photo of El Capitan?  
February 17th, 2014

Photo Of The Day by Scott Rubey

Posted By Christopher Robinson
First Rays On Crater Lake by Scott Rubey
Scott Rubey made this photograph of Crater Lake after considerable research and consulting sun and moon tables as well as other photos of the area. Check out his story…