Photographing from mountaintops during winter comes with a variety of challenges. However, as Trevor Anderson remarks, such photography has several unique aspects and rewards
In the past I probably would have considered myself more of a three-season hiker. The majority of my outdoor time was sequestered to roaming the colorful hillsides of summer and autumn in the mountains. Winter had mostly been an indistinct timeframe for me, which was more in part due to access difficulties than lack of desire. With the help of several coincidences, I suddenly found myself with the resources to better access the mountains in winter. Being able to …
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