A Cold Photo Essay

Every once in a while I get to shoot something other than the usual murder, politics and mayhem. The first “real” snow of the year covered the Western Cape mountain regions as if it was Christmas in Lapland. Well for this boy from sunny Africa who use to get exited when I helped my mother scrape off the ice out of our freezer, it was a winter wonderland.

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After my initial track up the mountain trails to find people playing in the snow, the clouds opened up towards the Alp like peaks in the back and I was treated to a view that took my breath away. I wondered around the farms and found this frozen bath tub that was used as a watering hole for livestock. Not a very newsworthy image from an editors point of view but from a photographic perspective, this was my photo of the day.

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©Photos by Armand Hough

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About I AM Photography

Born in sunny South Africa I am an adventure seeker with a taste for beauty and good pictures. I have been in the industry for a couple of years now and learned my tricks from the best. www.iamfotografie.com

2 responses to “A Cold Photo Essay”

  1. PIZER, ERICH says :

    Cool gesture vir my colleagues

    Sent from my iPhone 082 49 69 747 ERICH PIZER Voith Turbo EMEA division

  2. Anonymous says :

    Ha ha, we all got excited scraping ice out of the freezer. Great essay!

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