Moments in a Minnesota Winter

I’ve been out shooting a lot. I mean really, lots and lots of photos have been being made but I’ve been way far behind In doing anything with them besides edit just a couple to share up each day on my Instagram Feed(which you should totally check out and follow by the way! Just sayin’!).

I’m also looking at trying to put together a culled down selection of my favorite photos of 2016, the problem is that I should probably do that for 2010 and work my way forward haha. I really do have a problem with getting out to shoot as often as I can and making new work and then not touching it once it gets back to my machine. Now I’m not a big “New Years Resolution” kind of guy, heck it’s already just about halfways through January and I still and just thinking about this stuff, but it is something I’m pushing myself to get better at because why bother getting out and creating photographs if I’m not going to take the time to process them, share them and best case maybe even print them!

With that in mind I want to share a handful of some of my more recent photos I’ve made. This is really just the tip of the iceberg though and I really hope to start flooding this blog on a regular basis with new work. These are just a collection of fairly random winter scenes around Northeastern Minnesota, and more than a few are multiple photograph panoramic stitches that I put together. Bonus points for you if you can tell which ones, but really the process isn’t as important as the final photo so it’s not a big deal!

As always, all of these photos were created on various Fujifilm X series cameras and lenses and if you’d like to know more about Fuji X series cameras give me a shout and I’ll sing you their praises all you like. I am NOT sponsored by Fuji in any way, I just choose to use their gear because it really clicks with the way I like to work photographically(no pun intended).

On to the photos shall we!

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