Frozen Pond And Trees | Tanglewood | New York

I haven’t gotten out for winter photography as much as I would like over the years.

When I do get out I usually keep it local.

I enjoy investigating what some of my favorite local sites look like in winter.

So much can change over the seasons.

One of my favorite places to explore is Tanglewood Nature Center literally across the river valley from my home.

There are a wide variety of different types of scenery to be found on the nature center grounds.

Ponds, woodlands, open fields, steep cliffs and trails to hike while doing all the exploration.

A winter storm can bring a very different look to the landscape here.

Photo details: Nikon D300. Tamron 18-200mm f/3.5-6.3. Focal length 38mm. ISO 400. 1/250 sec. f/14.

Thank you for joining me on the blog today. Hopefully the day finds you warmer than this chilly photo.

For a look at another wintery scene take a look at this sunset at Sperr Park.

Frozen landscape at Tanglewood.

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