I had hiked up to the Walder Alm in the summertime, but I was very eager to see the Alm buried under a layer of fresh snow. After a storm blew through I snowshoed up to the pass, even the snowshoes were sinking half a metre into the deep snow. I spent a good hour trampling around in the snow, careful not to ruin any potential compositions with my footprints. Finally I noticed some ridges in the snow formed by the wind, which would catch the golden hour light and act as a leading line towards the Alm.
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