Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold

This is my contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold.

Here’s a selection of four cold winter shots covering the past four decades.

Frost and snow covered farmland near Audlem, Cheshire, England in the 1980s.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold


A frozen section of marsh at dusk, Little Quill Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada in the 1990s.

Frozen marsh at dusk.


A mostly frozen and snow covered Lake Huron with Chantry Island and its lighthouse, Ontario, Canada at sunset in the 2000s.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold


A section of a frozen Colpoy’s Bay, Ontario, Canada at sunrise taken in the 2010s.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold

21 replies on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cold”

Thanks Leya. Knowing where the Cheshire photo was taken I must have gone that way for some photos after the snow and frost arrived.

Thanks Tina. The final image was taken in early spring this year, three day’s before my accident that laid me up for most of the spring.

Actually, I suspect that I couldn’t these days. Although it’s a dry cold in Saskatchewan, not like the damp cold we get in Ontario.

I grew up in Iowa, so I’ve done the polar vortex cold. I think the worst I saw was -36. But now I live in SoCal. My blood is too thinned out for that anymore hahaha!

Having fallen off a ladder three days after taking the last shot in the series I suspect that after breaking my left tibia and right humerus they will give me problems in the cold in the future.

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