Berries / Snow
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Photography – Berried Under Snow
When everything’s covered in a thick and fluffy layer of snow other, anomalous objects tend to naturally stand out more. One of my favourite things about a snow-lathered landscape – aside from the often peaceful and undisturbed texture it can offer – is observing these deviating objects within the scenery. A bunch of red berries looks all that more alluring when they have a cold and white blanket behind them.
But I thought berries were the fruit of all evil?
Yeah, I didn’t eat the berries. Jeez, who invited this guy? Unsurprisingly, working and living on a ski resort means I do occasionally come into contact with some snow; and when I’m not busy crying over my beard literally freezing during my walks to and from work, I’m usually wandering about the resort trying to capture it from various angles. This one was taken right outside my place of work, which overlooks a frozen pond. These berries instantly caught my eye, standing out from everything else around them.
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