The avid photographer knows to make the most of a frigid European winter. As the interminable drops of snow envelop the freezing landscape in a hibernal white, the majesty of winter manifests.
Extreme, below zero temperatures cause dripping water to form networks of elongated icicles—winter’s works of art—which are accentuated by the wind and rain. White snow carpets the European world and things slow down.
Despite which corner of the world you may reside in, we can now all appreciate a European winter in the aesthetic sense.
#1. A frozen lake in Switzerland
#2. Lake Genevain, Versoix, Switzerland
#3. Hamburg, Germany
#4. Baltic Sea, Northern Germany
#5. Versoix, Switzerland
#6. Hochfilzen, Austria
#7. Uzice, Serbia
#8. Berlin, Germany
#9. Central Minsk, Belarus
#10. Friedrichskoog, northern Germany
#11. Davos, Switzerland
#12. Sarajevo, Bosnia
#13. Sjenica, Serbia
#14. Lille, northern France
Whilst people keep warm by lighting the fire at home, they’d do well to know that ‘a kind word warms for three winters’, and this is warmth in the truest sense. So, stay warm everyone.