Last week, I shared some work I did from our last getaway weekend utilizing ICM (intentional camera movement). I wanted to share some other photographs from our weekend, as we were lucky enough to get around a foot of snow while we were away (the perfect snow!). We stayed at the Black Bear Cabins in Cooksburg PA. There are 4 cabins, and the grounds they sit on are picture perfect! The majority of these photos were taken there. There was a trail out back from our cabin, so our first jaunt was to take it down and try to find some water (which we did). These images show the snow that was already on the ground when we arrived.
The initial snow started when we returned to the cabin ... and then let up for a bit. When we ventured out for dinner, the snow picked up again. A walk in the dark was in order when we returned to the cabin, as the path back was beautifully lit.
We woke up the next morning to a winter wonderland. This next picture shows the view we had from the back porch of our cabin (showing the trail we walked the previous day).
I wonder how the curve in this tree trunk in this next picture got there ...
The path leaving the cabin to the main road
Another view of the drive out as the light was fading. The snowflakes get me all the time!
This next picture shows the beautiful countryside we drove through to find a place for dinner.
I took this last picture on our way out on our final morning. It was clearing, but mighty cold. I loved the structure of this tree. I might be crazy, but I find a warmth in this photo (which given the sub 0 temperatures that morning, is kind of crazy, no?)
All photographs were taken with a Canon 6DM2 with Canon EF 24-70mm 2.8L USM.
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