Photographing Spring Landscapes

The abnormal winter this year seems to have affected the entire USA to some degree. Climate change or common in historical weather patterns pressure movements? Trevor Anderson has the story

The sun is shining with increased intensity and plants and flowers are starting to bloom everywhere. Spring, the time of renewal, is officially here in the Northern Hemisphere. Here in the Pacific Northwest, where winter was very mild, the shift to spring is a little more subtle. The mild winter has left many snow enthusiasts shaking their annual ski passes in frustration, yet on the opposite end of the spectrum many hikers anxiously await the elongated snow-free access to the mountain slopes. Any dramatic shift in seasonal weather can raise many questions for climatologists. Photographers on the other hand can still take solace in the fact that both snowy and flowering landscapes are still present even following a mild winter, though maybe not in the context that we are used to.

The abnormal winter seems to have affected the entire United States to some degree. University of Washington meteorologist Cliff Mass explains that …

Read this and many more articles in High Definition in-side Issue 52 of Landscape Photography Magazine.

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Trevor Anderson

I am Trevor Anderson and I am a Pacific Northwest based Photographer. With the immense natural beauty and recreational opportunities available in my region, I was drawn to exploring the moods of nature while hiking at a relatively young age.

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