There are many hurdles to be faced when seeking to photograph in a snow covered mountain area. Apart from the safety preparations and challenging weather conditions, there are psychological hurdles to overcome. Trevor Anderson has the story
There is a certain mystery to be experienced in witnessing and photographing a fresh snowfall. Part of this allure could be credited to the wonder of the snowflake. Being created within distant clouds and formed under intense pressure of the wind, a snowflake contains billions upon billions of molecules and undergoes complex changes before it hits the earth in its hexagonal form. Snowflakes are complex, sensationally and beautifully symmetrical. Viewing one under a microscope hints at the genius of nature at work and gives a glimpse into...
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