Show Me Yours & I’ll Show You Mine

Over the next week, I’ll be holding onto the last few official days of winter – shooting a next year’s holiday campaign up in the mountains. In prep for the project, we were perusing a few reference images from my archive and I stumbled on a few I like. Here’s one above, and a few more after the jump.

While I AM looking forward to the spring and summer just as much as anybody, I’m actually having a hard time letting go of this current winter. In an attempt to kiss it goodbye, I’m hoping you’ll show me one or two of YOUR favorite winter pictures.

On the off chance you have something you’d like to share with me or others here, post a link to that image in the comments below. Anything goes if its got winter in it. [God knows you folks out in NYC should have plenty of material given the season you’ve had.] I’ll peep every image, perhaps link to a few over the next week or so, or send out some a signed book or two if an inspired image shows up. If you’re already onto spring, don’t sweat it.

Wish me luck this week. [couple more shots after the jump]

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Casey says:

Here is a blog post of a recent winter/family session. Just saw you on Creative Live with Jasmine. Great advice and best wishes to you!

Michael says:


I know it’s a little late to add to the post but this really got me excited. I want to share one of my favorite portraits with you. The photo is here and if you have a little extra time there is a little explanation with it.

Dianne Galus says:

I haven’t taken advantage much of “the best camera is the one you have with you” – but I was out this week with my children at their last cross xc ski training session of the season – and the lighting was brilliant. Quality is not great per se shot with my Blackberry camera. That said, there was something magical about the lighting.

Ottawa, ON Canada

Jacob Lucas says:

G’day Chase… great idea! Definitely looking forward to some sunshine here in Seattle but at the same time, I love me some winter weather. I posted my farewell-to-winter-post on my blog yesterday:

Hope all’s well in CO.


Mina says:

Hi Chase,

I know I’m super late on this, and there a like 5 million other posts before you get to mine…

BUT, these are some photographs of Canada in the winter. It’s still winter here. We got about 5 feet of snow today… it was a balmy +5 yesterday, so as you can imagine, it took everyone who wore flip-flops yesterday by surprise. Anyway, March came in like a lion, and it’s going out like one. I can’t help but respect that.

Here’s the link to my facebook page. There’s an album called Canadiana:

I hope you like it.

Celine says:

not looking too wintery, but i’ve got some snow in there.. :)

Ryan Smith says:

I’m sad to see winter come to a close, but excited for the warm days of spring.

John Garon says:

Misty Woodland in the UK, roll on the summer…

Hey Chase-

Just saw this post and wanted to share. This is my first winter doing any type of photography away from home. I was working with Vance Shaw Productions and shot this of Chris Rubens ready to Blow up this pillow at K3 Catski in BC.

Good Luck in Telluride!

try the pass word


Ines says:

Love your blog and love this pic I took while in NYC this winter.

It was an amazing day!

Andy says:

Chase, I’m a little late to the party but I’m still trying to discover and digest the massive amounts of info your blog and tutorials provide.

The particular post regarding workflow techniques really motivated me to fix my computer, step up my game, reorganize my catalog, and get some proper workflow software.

Here’s a couple favorites from a DC Snowstorm set that I re-edited in Aperture once I familiarized myself with your trusted import/organize/keyword/star/edit etc workflow. It was a LIFE SAVER throughout my file migration process!

Luke Francis says:

Thank you so much for the work you do on your blog. It’s the only blog I follow daily and regardless of whether or not I am personally interested in the subject, it’s always interesting.

Paris is one of my favorite cities in the world and your pictures are fantastic, as always. Here’s one of my pictures.

Chris Kasari says:

Here is my favorite Winter photo that I’ve ever shot. And with a Holga no less…

Philadelphia, PA.

Emilie White says:

Your photos are great and makes we want to go back to winter.
My favorite photos of winter: taken in the streets of Paris, last December. After two years in the middle east, I was like a little kid looking at the snow flakes!

Have a great week.

Cool idea (no pun intended!). I thought we were going to have a very harsh winter here in the UK based on the heavy snowfall we had in December (which made world news I think based on our unpreparedness!) but 2011 has actually been very very mild, and as much as I normally love the arrival of Spring, this year seems rather anti-climactic :(

Anyway, here’s what I *did* get in Dec, though probably nothing to what you guys get over in North America!

Frozen Tweed:
First go on Sledge:

Rob says:

I am on the other side, I can’t wait for spring to get here! Although being in Alaska probably leads to some bias.

nate geslin says:

Summer can’t come soon enough! Summer is a relative term here in Minnesota. This time of year, if it’s warmer than 40F, its summer. break out the shorts and the flip flops!

heres are three my favs from this winter:

Becky says:

Here’s mine as I live on the coast of California, 25 miles south of San Francisco, 50 feet above sea level (yes, we had to evacuate because of tsunami warnings last week), and snow is practically unherard of. But there we were, 15 minutes up in the hills….
keep scrolling….

Ira Casel says:

Chase, I never tire of reading you and looking at your work. Thanks for the inspiration. I also never tire of the look of snow on sand. Take a look here!/photo.php?fbid=10150095782164630&set=a.178685644629.123336.177671999629&theater

Ira Casel

Jeez Chase, if you managed to get down to comment 318, I’ll be amazed.
Inspiring work as always. I love the almost monochrome vertical with the red umbrella bottom left and red car top right. Lovely composition.
I also really love the last one of the chairs. The upright chair in the middle creates a strange feeling of unease positioned in the middle amongst the other more reclined / relaxed ones.

Being slap bang in the middle of a tiny island warmed by the gulf stream, Manchester, England isn’t famed for it’s white winters, more infamous for its continuous grey skies.
On the rare occasion this last winter that we had snow that lasted for more than 24 hours, I shot this – in a small village in the Peak District.
Nothing groundbreaking, but it’s sold a copy or two.

Not often I post on blog comments, but just wanted to say thanks for all you give back – it’s really appreciated. I’ve learnt more from yourself, Mr Hobby and a certain Mr McNally than I could possibly ever have imagined.

Peter says:

Hi Chase,

Christmas morning, big fat pack of snow at least for us dutchies:

Normal winter for the dutchies:


Elliot Dickison says:

snowshoeing with friends…

Chris says:


Here are a few shoots from the DC area:


Alison says:

Hey chase–

I dig the first image, love the lines. The third is also a nice, clean shot.

Here’s a couple from winter in New York. I miss winter at home where the snow doesn’t turn black within 5 minutes. So I tried not to look at that.


there’s not quite enough snow in these, but here are a few I did early one Friday morning in January:

especially this one and the one after it:

Love all these images! epic snow

Kevin says:

Berries and the red lights of cars.

Orsi Vilusz says:

The first snow in Hungary 27th November 2010:

Didn’t really enjoy much winter this year ’cause we’ve relocated to Nigeria in early January. It was fun to experience 50 degrees difference in temperature going from minus 20 to plus 30 :)

Hi Chase, spectacular images, but the snow was still a bit far encantanlas me pictures in snowy places.

ah, good luck with your new project.

John McGarity says:

I recently moved back to my hometown in Northwest Arkansas. The place where my fiance & I live, right outside the town in Harrison, is a sprawling field with mountains and plenty of room for cattle and horses. I love being able to walk outside my front door with a camera, and catching a sunrise over the mountains in my backyard, or a snowfall in my front yard. After the first morning of our big Snow Week this year, I walked outside and caught the sun creating a nice glaze over the freshly fallen snow. A crisp blue sky, and untouched powder right outside my front door.

Abhi Inamdar says:


I happened to capture this set of pictures of the snowstorm during the Holiday in December.

Check it out here!


roch says:

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stay cool – not only at winter ;)

Jackie Smith says:

I just got home from a three week work assignment in Alaska. I’m from Los Angeles and HATE cold weather, but Alaska is one of the most beautiful places I’ve been to; the whole state is like a postcard!

These were taken along the Seward Highway

Sy Stepanov says:

Great Job Chase! Love your work and your blog!

I’m sure you’ve visited Lake Chelan, this was taken here during an evening snowfall.

Am I the only one who had enough of snow? Spring where are you? Take your pick pic. NY winter.

Love snowy pics, especially in Charleston, SC were it’s not supposed to ever snow!×7/4353255069/×7/5299142752/

Dan says:

I love snowmobiling, and this year I brought a camera along for one trip through the MN trails.
Thanks for looking.

I live in the most beautiful winter paradise :: Revelstoke, British Columbia. Taking great photos of winter is easy. Have a look at 4 of my most favorite photos:

1. Powder Love
2. Unassembled Snowman
3. Snow Gnome
4. Second Chance at Skiing


Jonathan Rhéaume

Hara Kumaran says:

Hey Chase,

Thanks for the post. I love the community involvement, just spent the last half hour going through all the links.

Here are a few of my winter photographs. I found the combination of 19″ overnight of fresh snow and Brooklyn’s great graffiti to be really engaging.

and one from Alphabet City that I think really captures the feel of wintertime NY.

Thanks again,

Spent a few months in the countryside of sunny, freezing, snowy Alberta, Canada this winter…

Fantastic images – especially enjoy the aerial image of crosswalk/pedestrians. And good luck this week – like YOU need it:)

You’ve been here before –

I had no helicopter though so decided to walk it :)

Srikanth says:


Randy says:

We have lots of winter up here and Canada. It is really inportant to continue to shoot in all kinds of weather and if you love the outdoors as I do making images in the winter is just like breathing.

All the best and thanks

Norbert D, says:

Winter is season that I don’t like, but appreciate its beauty anyway! Can’t help it! So, here’s some of mine:

All Females-Snowboarding in the streets. Salt Lake City to Minnesota

Here in the Great State of New Jersey, I’m happy to see winter go. And go quickly.

Still…it does make things interesting.

The last (I hope) in this year’s Winterscape Gallery series >

A short winter slidey >

Jon-Mark says:

Here’s one from a wedding I shot a few weeks ago near Vancouver. One of my favourite shots I’ve ever gotten at a wedding:

Bojoura says:

Wowwww so many entries… I don’t have any winter photo’s from this year…but I have some…:)
So here goes….

Rare to get snow in Austin, but we did in Feb. We usually have to travel to see it (like to Santa Fe).

Aaro says:

Loving the red umbrella shot! Here’s my own winter umbrella shot from DC, right before a monster snow/sleet storm came around.

jeremy says:


You mentioned NYC…here are some shots of Central Park, Empire State and Time Square taken during the major snow storm that hit NYC in January. This was the first outing for my brand new D7000.


here is mine, it’s about 2 years old from when I still lived in a country that actually had winter

Ben DeFlorio says:

One from the last snow storm here in Vermont –

And one from a few winters ago –

Take care!

Mark Petinga says:

After living in Breckenridge for a year, I bought myself a camera and started shooting snowboarders and skiers doing their thing. I have since moved on to shooting a broader range of sports portraits, but this photo still remains one of my favorites. It was taken at a local resort in Maryland after a trip to the lodge to warm up!

ediheld says:

good luck this week :)

inspired by your iphone book, i always have my phone with me:

Ace Bouchard says:

couple pictures I took in the cold winter we just had in nyc.

Matt says:

Great post! Here are a few winter shot’s from this year:

Isaac Miller says:

This scene only lasted for about two minutes in the soupy fog….but I had the phone close at hand…https–

Kathleen says:

I think these two shots are fun.

Brandon Cook says:
I shot this one (three stitched together) in Shasta City on my way to San Antonio with my Dad, while we were broke down. Just a reminder not to let your troubles consume you.

Chirag Rana says:

I shot this in my backyard at midnight during first Blizzard in North East.

Ana GR says:

By the way, your are absolutely extraordinary! loved them all!

Chance says:

Here is an winter afternoon capture
This is from the Chicago Blizzard, showing the Postal Service motto still stands true

I really enjoy your blog (written & video) and thanks for teaching us a few things too, it’s how we ALL get better.


Beautiful set of images here. My offering is a simple classic view, hope you like it?

Ian Holmes says:

I’ve been spending some time in the mountains this winter. They provide me with a much needed escape from city life.

I began a new personal series. Some shot with my iPhone, some shot with my little Leica Digilux 2:

JJ Jackson says:

Love your work.
Here’s my favorite, for now, from this winter.

Winter sunrise through Durdle Door, a limestone arch off the Jurassic Coast of Dorset, England. It was -10 degrees, I had to abandon my car on the icy roads and hike in, but for about 10 minutes the light was out of this world.

Jon W says:

Wow, amazing shots Alistair!

Steve S says:

This image was made while walking down main street in New Hope PA during winterfest. This ice formation was made by “mother nature.”

Steve S says:

Oops… the link was wrong. Here is the right one

Frédéric Muller says:

here are some of my winter pictures:

some are made with the iphone and the others with a dslr

Robin Witt says:

Great Pictures, Thanks for sharing!
Here are my favorite two winterfotos. The second one i didn´t actually take in winter (on the contrary: its some rocks in the grand canyon) but it still has that winter feel (also thanks to your fantastic best camera iPhone app – thank you for that one, too… it has brought me sooo much satisfaction :-).

Greetings from vienna, Robin

There’s some great shots here
My fav winter pic is this one
Taken in Edinburgh early this year

John Harrison says:

I’ve always been a winter guy. Every snowstorm I hop on my nordic skis and tour the woods just to feel that peaceful chaos of a blizzard. These are some snow photos from Kennebunk, Maine. Hope facebook albums work.

Hope all goes well this week

Sorry, the link above didn’t work. this is a better one to my favourite winter images of 2010/11:

Take care

Bojoura says:

Wow, the one with the victorious skier and the emergency exit. Especially the last one made me laugh and wonder. That snow buildup should belong in a museum…with the emergency exit framing too of course…:)

Kevin D says:

Your inspiration at work…all this fancy gear and my favorite frame from the winter came from my iphone:

And sometimes one frame just doesn’t do a snowstorm justice, so I shot some video too:

Good luck with your upcoming shoot!

Tyson says:

from this year: a quick walk on Black Eagle Memorial Island

From last year, out the car window, manual focus at 50 mph:

Also from last year, I need to do another series of portraits of strangers.

I just realized that I selected all film shots. Not intentional, but that’s what I’m feeling at the moment.

Eric Ferrar says:

Good luck !!!

Jon W says:

Eric, really like number 8 with the trees casting long shadows across the road

Jenika says:

Good luck this week Chase! You’ll rock it!

I did a family photo shoot IN a snowstorm this winter. A brave mother rose early and got her three young daughters all ready to go, and didn’t care that it was coming down like crazy – so we went ahead and did it!

I like the photo at the top of the blog post – the out-of-focus child reminds me of how great it was to just be a kid and joyfully play in the snow – as dim as those memories may be now, they are precious.

sweetandcoolval says:

I think I ran back upstairs to my office for my camera for this shot.

waiting for the bus one foggy morning.

Her is some photos shot in Winter Park Colorado during the wels fargo handicap ski cup
check them out thanks!

Russel Hamm says:

Ok, sorry that last link didn’t work. Here is an alternate link to

Russel Hamm says:

Chase, we usually don”t get a lot of snow here so we were lucky to have two major snowstorms within one week but it took until the second one to finally get the image that I loved. Here is my favorite from this year. Hope you like it.


Dan B says:

Great idea, Chase!

Here is one from MinneSNOWta!

David Haut says:

Damn – just grabbed what I had on hand and threw them up. By the time I get home to my HD’s, Chase will be passed out from snow-verload. – look closely, there’s snow in the glasses.

Peace, from Joplin, MO.

Moshe Rivel says:

Crazy sky, and snow covered mountain, near Checkerboard Mesa at Zion National Park, Utah.

Jon Shearin says:

From our largest snow of the season in eastern North Carolina

jussi grznar says:

this would be winter for me

lets see if you re gonna read all the comments :)

Stephen Weiss says:

Here are some photos from winter’s last stand (I hope)

Bojoura says:

Beautiful, that brown tonality in that white landscape… love it. Stillness and roaring action in one. Love it!

Lori says:

Here it is…go easy I’m still learning…

Happy Green Day

I love winter for one reason only, skating on the Rideau Canal in Ottawa, Ontario. For this it has to be *cold* and the less snow the better, snow makes the ice slow.

Got my skates on:
-30 C, not many skaters:

Nick says:

Sorry, but living in MN, I can’t WAIT for this snow to be gone.

Ryan Havron says:

I’m with ya Chase. All this snowmelt is just too soon. Here’s one of my Wisconsin winter faves.
Thanks for the great post!

Yo Chase,

I love the shot with the cars and the red umbrella, sweet DoF.

Here is one of my favorites from this winter shot of the City & County building in Salt Lake City.

Thanks for the consistent and excellent content!

Jay Huron says:

This one accidentally won me some stuff from a local outfitter in a contest I didn’t know I entered on FB.

And some wolves messing around in the snow

Bryan Nelson says:

Enjoying the winter photos. Thanks for everyone for sharing and Chase for getting things rolling, even though we got pounded by snow this year and it’s still not gone.

Eric says:

It’s extremely unusual and very rare to have snowfall on Vancouver Island! Taken at my school on a snow-day.

-Eric D.

Really cool! Here are two of mine.

“Sun Highway Cat” (beach with snow):

kai says:

My perspective.

Anne-Marie says:

Hi Chase,

Iove your winter photos from Paris…I lived there for a few years so they have a special appeal to me!

My photo is from a snow-covered Christmas in Copenhagen, Denmark:

A white Christmas is a rare sight here and I think it was a windy minus 10 degrees C that late afternoon on December 26. th. 2010, I know my hands would freeze to ice after a couple of minutes without my gloves on, but I had to try out my new D7000…held my breath and shot it at 1/30 without a tripod. It took a lot of hot chocolate to unthaw. :-)

It’s great to see all the other beautiful winter photos here!

Best regards


Clay says:

From a corporate photo shoot at a wind farm in central Wyoming about a month or so ago.

john s says:

Nice shots everyone. Too bead we don’t really have winters here in Southern California ;)

crosby says:
winter in charlotte on christmas day (yay white christmas first one since the 70’s)

MarkT says:

Good luck on your shoot. Hope these help ya’ let winter go. :)


LOVE the pictures, Chase! Down here in the Southern Hemisphere we are heading into it, though. Minus the snow! :c)

Geoff says:

Chase amazing shots. I have a lot of images I’ve taken in Paris during the winter so not to many with snow but I really love this one:

The night was freezing when I took this – if the conditions were right it would have snowed and looked more like a ‘winter’ scene…

A picture from Glasgow, Scotland in December last year at the tail end of a few days of heavy snow

saying hello from the other side of the earth :) 7 months of winter here. enough already! you asked for it, my winter contribution:

best of luck and fun :)

Tim Gosnell says:

Holy comments! Well I’ll go ahead and add mine to the mix. Here are a couple from a recent trip to Niagara falls:

Leo says:

Took the day off school yesterday for some awesome spring skiing. Tremblant, Quebec:

Josh Smith says:

Hi Chase, this is us just before I caught up with you at CES in Vegas in Jan. Above 8000ft in the Rockies!

Dave Turner says:

Cheers and happy St Patrick’s day from Minneapolis……..

Greeting from Montreal, Quebec.

Canada FTW says:

I like your style! Portrays the atmosphere quite well!

Thanks!!! FTW? I’m curious…

Here’s two of my favorite Winter Shots Chase! Cheers. I’d love to be part of the fun

Image 1:
In 2009, a rare 6″ Christmas Eve snow in Dallas Texas gave me an opportunity to capture a rare sight….This perfectly formed 100′ live oak on a large estate, glowed brilliantly with white LED’s decorating it’s limbs from tip to tail of almost every branch, underneath….6″ of brilliant white fresh snow receives the glow from this perfectly decorated “Christmas Tree”

Image 2 :
This picture is special in that the entire hill here, covered in snow, received a 3 foot storm, followed by a 2 foot storm in 48 hours….covering a hill filled with trash, producing this beautiful refined image.

This is from a trip in January to Bryce Canyon. Part of my “Drive by” series that is slowly growing.

Thanks for all the inspiration :)

Greatings from Stockholm, still some snow here. Best of luck with the shooting.
Keep up the good work. Umbrellas and snow are a favourite of mine. My pictures are in the link below


Hey Chase,
I really like the monochromatic street scene with the red umbrella and red car. Great balance, and compostion.

Here is a shot I took while I was in MN for Christmas.

Thanks, I love reading the blog.


Scott says:

Love the red umbrella shots.

I’m not in the snow-addled east, but still manage to get some frosty winter shots, Cascadia-style. Like these two:

Trentin Shreeve says:

This is about as winter as gets here in Hawaii. I took this one at the Pipeline Pro surf competition this past December.

This is a sunset over the last winter swell on Oahu’s North Shore. Also taken at Pipeline.

natalia says:

From just a couple of weeks ago… a white-knuckle drive from Spokane, WA to Worley, ID

mike calabro says:

Lake Shore Drive. Chicago. Snomagedden or whater the news guys called it.

Troy Goodall says:

The first two images were shot over Christmas visiting NY

Chase! Love the lines in that first one.
I’m quite partial to the second to last.
Thanks for sharing.

christian says:

I like yours.

Here are two of mine:

Classic Stop Turn:
Classic Snow Plow:

stay classy

Karthik says:

Chase, Nice work. Here’s mine from snow at Kansas…

Nick says:

The only thing I will miss about winter when I move to LA this fall. Outdoor hockey in Canada :)

I can’t resist an invitation like this to show off a photo of one of the dogs running in the snow. This is Morgan the morning after, before I left for work.

joey says:


I’m really feeling that lead photo. Good stuff.

Winter rain
First snow fall

Dude, I live in Florida so I really can’t show much of a winter pic. But all I can say is it was freezing out when we shot this and I guess this is one way to get warm when your cold…

Keri says:

We had some good (for us) snow in the UK this winter so a couple from me Sky in the snow, processed with BestCam :-)

one taken out of my office window

and finally, one inspired by your good self Mr Jarvis

Anonymous says:

Here’s a Corey Rich photo I want to share, one of my all time favorite images,

Jonathan says:

Last year, we had some significant snow in February. We do typically have snow every winter, but this time we got 20+ inches–well over our normal storm sizes. A couple of days after the snow finally died-out, the sun came out, and left me with this scene of a church in our neighborhood:

Matt Brennan says:

Awesome post Chase and Good Luck! Here are a few shots from the first snow fall in Vancouver, BC.

Lori Nicoli says:

Lovin’ your images – especially the red umbrella/red car! Here’s my fave captured this winter.

Sascha says:

There was more snow than usual this winter here at Saarbucken, Germany.

Paul Conrad says:


Here’s a few from the past few winters in one of my galleries:


ps: Living in the PacNW really made me miss my winters in Colorado.

Hi Chase,
here are some winter pictures from Slovakia (Europe) posted on my blog:
If you do not understand Slovak, just use Google Translator, it gives you rough idea, what it’s all about.


Alex Filion says:

This is a massive pond hockey tournament held in my city every year. It’s located on a huge lake right in the middle of the city. The science center really helps give this image life.

Thanks for everything your blog brings to the table. It’s really helped me over that last year since I’ve jumped head first into photography!!

Fredrik says:

Here’s a winter scene from Tromsø in the north of Norway:

Kitesurfing at Peblinge Lake in Copenhagen
This guy had just about enough snow to practice this cool sport in the middle of Copenhagen.

Best regards and thank you for a great blog :-)

Matt Brown says:

Here are four of my favorite images that I took this past winter in New Brunswick, Canada…

Will Foster says:

It’s not a photo, but I went out with my friends Canon 100mm lens on my Canon 5D Mark II and shot some video of people sledding down Denny Way in November.

Mike Groseth says:

Took this a couple years ago but still love it every time I look at it!
Great article and always love your blog posts and work!
Thanks Chase!

Josh Curran says:

Wow, there are already so many comments. Good luck going through them all. I’ll throw mine in too. This was on Grouse Mountain here in Vancouver.

Steve Shaffer says:

Long cold winter here too. I’m ready for some warm weather as seen from the top of a bicycle! Here’s a couple from right in downtown Paris, Ky; across the street from my daughter’s school. Thanks for everything you do Chase and for establishing a high water mark for the rest of us to reach, visually speaking of course.

Bart says:

My favorite shot this winter (and all of 2010 in fact) is this one, taken during a very very cold night in the snow.

Being on of just a few people outside I got some strange looks from others who did not expect seeing someone walking around with a tripod in such weather.

And not necessarily a great image, but still one I like, is this one taken during a freak snowstorm throwing up 30cm in half an our:

Cayce Elms says:

this winter has been here for soooo long, but I do love it when the snow sticks to the tree branches for a good period of time:
First time ever showing my images in an open forum… so go easy on me ;)
Some of my favorite images from a wintery Europe (coming from sunny South Africa to frozen Europe was a shock!). Enjoy

Brian Braun says:

Mid Feb in Omaha Nebraska…Must have been a couple thousand geese on this frozen “pond” awesome site.

Good luck with the snow this weekend. I just had to cancel a skiingtrip to Mazedonia today because of bad snow-conditions.

But here are two of my favourite winter shots with lots of snow, shot in Japan this past January. A very special place. So sad what’s happening there at the moment …

Seifier says:

Great photos!

I got lucky enough to go snowboarding with my friends, and have some time to take the camera with me. I got some great shots out of it. This is my favorite.

Brice Ferré says:

Hi Chase Jarvis Team ;o)

I live in Vancouver BC, and for a Canadian City, Vancouver is not used to having that much snow.
Well, last November we had 2 white days. ( I know, right ?! )
Here is one of my favorite pictures of that day.

See the rest of the gallery here.

Cheers to you all and good luck for this week.


Alan Hancock says:

I hate to see winter go too! I love the snow and cold! I can put enough on to get warm but I can’t take enough off to get cool! Great work as always Chase!!!

Eric Grifal says:

Here is a freak snow storm a few weeks ago in Vancouver BC.

But with all this snow I haven’t not touched the slopes yet :(

This is the type of weather we should have had for the the 2010 Olympics…

Marco says:

Nice….here are a couple of pics I just took with my iphone in Switzerland (I wish I had my camera though!).

Last days of winter I am afraid.

Reece says:

Over in England I’m enjoying our last snap of winter which has given us a fog for the last 3 days! Fog has the amazing ability to make everywhere even better, even places (such as this one) that I didn’t think could get better!

Gediminas says:

I like yours, Chase! Here are a couple of mine shot with Nokia N78:

briburt says:

I just love the snow, too, so I’m holding on to Winter despite the recent thaw here in New England. Here’s a shot I took in January:

Thanks for sharing, Chase.

Abram Curtis says:

I don’t have an awesome pic from this past winter, but did shoot a video with my D7000 that I thought you might enjoy Chase. This was the first footage I shot with the D7000. It’s only like 30 sec long. Let me know what you think.

Toril says:

Still holding onto winter myself heading to a final weekend of skiing and it is currently 70 outside!

here’s my pix:

It snowed the night before but was all gone by noon.

Ray says:

Cool pics in comments…

Took this on a cold January night in Chicago…with a bit of snow in the air…

Todd Laffler says:

I’ll throw my flakes into the ring. ;)

Both posts were shot just in my backyard alone:

Hans Logren says:

Winter house in Sweden…

Nils says:

Great Pictures in the post and also in the comments. I really enjoyed browsing through them.
Here’s one taken in slovakia at the beginning of march.

Hey Chase,

I really hope you get through all of these really beautiful images posted before.
Here are the ones I want to share with you and your readers.

Paris December 2011:

and here is a picture of my hometown in Germany… Leipzig:

would love to get some feedback

– Sebastian

William says:

Hope this is what you are looking for.

There was a little bit of snow. This is the imprint of the front of a car in the snow.

J. Hubbard says:

Hey Chase!


Just some sunny afternoon reading while levitating above the snow!

J. Hubbard
Bozeman, MT

Barry says:

Ghost Tree, from an assignment on the John Muir Trail in Winter. Minus 10 degrees and very thick snow, it was just me and a couple of ravens waiting for me to freeze to death.

Avi Datta says:

Hey Chase,

Considering the amount of snow we got on the north east (Philadelphia) I should have had more pictures, but here’s the link to a selected few that became my favorites.

Jared Burns says:

We loved these 3 shots in particular so much so we changed the front end of our winery’s site to incorporate seasonal shots. The slides change every minute or so.

Trouble is now we set the precedent. What springtime subject matter is as dramatic as snow?

Michael Lowey says:

My little boys first snowball fight… you know it all ended in tears! He says he loved it though!!/photo.php?fbid=480106384316&set=a.472512194316.260441.719614316&theater

Squid says:

I spent the weekend at the greatest log cabin in Oregon, Timberline Lodge and this was my view from our room.

Joel Zimmer says:

If I had to pick two:

Saw this one morning before work, the angle just worked

Saw this on the way to work, I love how her hat vanishes into the area behind

Wow Chase! My favourite is the one of the trees in Paris, it’s like a dream…

Here’s my favourite photograph from this winter:

Pekka says:

Hey, here’s one from finland:

Actually i guess it’s from last year or even older, but just happened to pop out when i was going through my winter stuff…

The Warmth Approaches New Jersey

Pancake Ice along the Delaware River –

Cool post other Chase! You can really see the diversity in these responses!

One from this year :

& one of my favourites from last year :

Great idea for a show & tell Chase :-)

Thanks for sharing your work. That’s my ZEN Art Vol. 1 work:
Hope you enjoy.

Anne says:

We didn’t have tons of snow this winter here on the west coast of Norway, but plenty of ice!

Philipp Ulrich says:

Two shots of the first snow last year, taken from my apartment window:

And another one taken on the same day from the inside. Took less than 5 minutes to get my window completely covered in snow:

All shot on an iPhone 3GS


A winter wedding shot from 5 years ago that doesn’t get old:

Great post Chase!

Mike says:

Captured this on a trip to Yosemite late last year. It had just stopped snowing/sleeting/raining, but the winter storm clouds wouldn’t go away.

Eddie Dryer says:

Here are a few of my favorites from a snowboarding competition I went to. I just bought my DSLR not too long ago so I am a capital “A” amature.

Luke says:

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Thanks for sharing your awesome work!


jeff says:

one of my favorite images from this winter, taken on my iPhone 4 with hipstamatic – go figure!

Lou says:

Wow – so many cool photos and really love your images, Chase. Thanks for letting us share w/you.

Hey there,

this is probably one of my favorite shots of the winter.
Just as spring was coming closer i stumbled across two boys playing with the last remaining snow:

If you like you can take a look at my blog which is sort of a diary right here:


Chris Hood says:

Just before the snow fell we had a thick fog descend around the base of the hill near my house in south west UK.

Here’s my two favourite from the photo walk I went on:

This one I sent in to our local newspaper ‘The Citizen’ and was featured during their weekend supplement entitled ‘Glorious Gloucestershire’, a mini achievement :)

Hope this helps you let go of winter matey.

David Sno says:

This is shot from my iphone 4 of our submarine sign infront of the B.E.S.S (Basic Enlisted Submarine School) Building in Groton, CT. Where all the U.S. Navy Submariners study.

Rob Simeon says:

here’s one of my fav’s from the winter

The top image is my favorite and also the one with the red umbrella.
Thank you for the opportunity to share my images. This and last winter I have been focusing on shooting in snow and fog and now I can see it is turning into a series.
The images in this album are all from my home town, which is Oslo, Norway.

LOVE the pops of red in each of these. No photo to share, just loving yours!

MF says:

One from a recent trip to NYC

DanielKphoto says:

Wow, that one is amazing!

Adam Leahy says:

Ditto. Nice one MF.

fas says:

Awesome, I likes. When did you snap that? Which camera?

MF says:

I took in this winter in February in Central Park. Canon 7D thanks for the comments! sorry I didn’t see your question earlier!

I’m also having a winter photoshoot next week, if it can just stop raining in YUL….

Here’s mine winter pic :

Jacob Venard says:

Some early winter images of my 2-year old daughter enjoying some snow in Seattle on my blog.

Jay says:

Well. I do live in Florida, so there isn’t much “winter” here so it’s hard to capture that essence. It was chilly however when I grabbed this images of the beach/sky.

DanielKphoto says:

Beautiful shots chase! Here’s a few shots of mine: and here’s another one

Hope you like them :) good luck with your shoot!

Gabi says:

Hi Chase, great selection. I love winter photography too, especially when there’s some snow around. Here are a couple of mine. Hope you enjoy!

Lou says:

It snowed in Georgia on Christmas Day, 2010. Snow in Georgia is rare enough; a White Christmas even more so and this made our North Georgia Christmas getaway even more special.

I love your work mate!

Like you and whole punch of others enjoyed the winter. We had one of the most snowiest winters in Finland this year also.

Here’s my favourite:

Liz Bedwell says:

Here are a couple of winter pics. What do you think?

Mike Kelley says:

Not sure if your blog allows embedding, but – some self-portrait work from the end of last year.

Mike Folden says:

I didn’t get to shoot much photography this winter but I was able to document a little road trip to Mission Ridge last month. I know it’s not a photo but it was a really good time connecting with people in the industry and riding on two blue bird days!

Part 1-
Part 2-

I always have a tough time with the Winter to Spring transition…

In London, Ontario. We had what I hope is our last kick from winter last friday.

In december we went from no snow to about three feet in the span of two days.

Sorry about the facebook gallery, I am at work and cant get to my library from here right now.

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