Winter, the best season for travel and landscape photography?

Started Dec 11, 2017 | Discussions thread
453C Veteran Member • Posts: 7,087
Re: If you do NOT have snow, that is

NCV wrote:

ShatteredSky wrote:

Concerning light, yes, winter is often quite good (especially if you count in moody fog and the likes). But trees are bare, the world is (sometimes) covered in snow (which may also be a good thing) etc. If you do not like hot than I would much more prefer spring (except for this sodden little things called pollen).

I like bare trees too for some reason, far more interesting than when they have leaves.

No surprise. You're a man that appreciates structure, and leaves obscure it.

But of course the pestering tourists are away (I am one of those ), except for a.g. cities like Munich, where there are tons of them and shoppers crowding the city.

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