We’ve had a lot of snow this winter, and it continues to fall gently outside even as I write this. It’s been great going out into the white world to have adventures and shoot photos, and I’ve gotten a few good ones along the way:
The last week in December my friend Russell and I went on a backpacking trip in the Smokies through four-foot drifts of snow (three rolls of slide film from that trip are awaiting developing). After we got out of the woods, we met up with our our other college buddy, Meredith, for our annual New Year’s reunion. Meredith’s husband Jeremy joined us as well as our friend Ruth from Asheville. We drove and hiked through beautiful country, we rode an ATV up and down the long drive to our cabin, we ate big meals, and at the end of the day we felt our age and took naps, barely waking up to watch the New Year come to pass.
first, a few images from the fall, when we could still see the ground and knew what warmth felt like . . .