“The winter, with its light of low elevation, and with an absence of leaves, is by far the best season, and the lovely December day … gave an opportunity long hoped for.”
“[The] absence of leaves on trees, winter is by far the best time of year for a certain type of exploration…. Sun shining on one side and very low down is an ideal condition.”
The gallery below contains the second of three sets of photos I took in the days following a snowstorm in northern New York.
The first set in this series is here: Winter Scenes: After the Storm (Set 1 of 3).
The irresistible Ford truck partly buried in the snow made an earlier appearance on this site, in a different season, here: Before and After: Swamp Things.
Thanks for taking a look!
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