- December 25, 2018
- Posted by: Phil Block
- Category: Photography
It’s been a dark and dormant month in Southeast Wisconsin as nature’s winter respite deepens. We had a couple of light snowfalls earlier this month, but they didn’t last. And they were nothing like the soft, fluffy snowfall we got today, which fulfilled the wishes of all those hoping for a White Christmas.
I’ve been waiting all month for a nice snowfall, so that I could get out and do some winter nature photography. I was overdue for a walk in the woods, and the beginnings of cabin fever were setting in. When the snow arrived today, I headed out to see what my photographer’s eye could find. What follows is today’s harvest of images.