Snow Studies Portfolio in LensWork Magazine

A portfolio of a number of my photographs of snow appears in the current issue of LensWork magazine. This is the seventh time over the last ten years or so that LensWork has published a collection of my work and I am so grateful for their continued interest. I am also pleased to see these photographs appear in the same issue as portfolios by the respected photographers Huntington Witherill and William Neal. I have been an admirer of Witherill’s work in particular for many years.

Many of the photos in the LensWork collection have appeared in my daily POTD post over the years. If you are not a subscriber to LensWork single issues are available online or in Barnes and Noble bookstores. You can also see many of the images on my website here.

6 thoughts on “Snow Studies Portfolio in LensWork Magazine”

  1. I liked your Lenswork portfolio very much, great work and cold work. I think William Neal and Huntington Witherill should be proud to have their work along side yours.

    We could all take some lessons from you, so sign me up for your first class.

    1. Alan, thanks for your very kind and flattering words! Having seen your work it’s very apparent to me the lesson-learning between us would be a two-way street!

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