December is always a busy month and with some of the nasty weather we received, I didn’t get out and about as much as I would have liked to. The few times I did get out where quite successful. Here are some of my favorites from December’s photo explorations.
Here are a couple from my neck of the woods. This was one of the first snow falls of the season.
One of my photo explorations was in The Whiteshell area. I was hoping for some decent landscape shot but after not really finding anything I was looking for I decided to return to a familiar spot.
These are shots from 2 trips to The Whiteshell.
This is a great example at some of the beauty that mother nature can produce.
I’ve never seen ice formations like these before and am really happy I decided to return to this spot.
Above is an interesting site. A farmer has stock piled feed and covered it with a giant white tarp and used these bales to keep it in place.
Sometimes when you can’t find an interesting location to shot you have to improvise. These two shots are some of the roads I’ve traveled looking for something to shoot.
These buffalo were kind enough to pose for a shot and this old building was located in the middle of a cemetery.
On this particular exploration I found only one shot. These snow drifts caught my eye.
The Adventures With Garfield continues….