Winter is a beautiful time for amateur and pro photographers to practice their techniques and capture some great seasonal images. Here is a nice shot that was taken by Jim Havard earlier this month in DC’s Congressional Cemetery. This photo is also featured in a blog post for the Greater Greater Washington.
Note that taking photos outside in the winter can present some risks for your gear. Sudden changes in temperature can lead to condensation on internal electrical components, which could damage your camera or lens. Before coming inside after a cold-weather shoot, put your camera and lens in an airtight plastic bag and don’t remove until everything is at room temperature. Any condensation should form outside the bag instead of on your gear. B&H has some additional tips for cold-weather photography.