Archive: Snow

Winter Hiking Packing List

Posted on Nov 29, 2016 by Tom Bricker  •  Tips  •  6 Comments

Planning a winter trip to a place with cold weather? Wondering what to pack to stay warm for your hike or photography expedition? This post has you covered! Growing up in the snow belt of Michigan where the “Lake Effect Snow Machine,” as our local weatherman typically called it and attending college just south of […]

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Things to Do in New York City at Christmas

Posted on Dec 4, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Tips  •  4 Comments

Miracle on 34th Street. Elf. Home Alone II. New York City has been the setting of numerous memorable (well, maybe not the last one) Christmas films and television specials, and for good reason: the city comes alive during the holiday season. New York City always has a frenetic energy, but the falling temperatures and snow […]

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Snowy Sunrise at Crater Lake National Park

Posted on Nov 25, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Reports  •  10 Comments

In the previous post, we had just finishing photographing a gorgeous sunset at Crater Lake National Park. The next morning, we were up bright and early (which actually is a misnomer: it was early, but most definitely dark) for sunrise. This time, the plan was to hike out for a better view, either to Watchman […]

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Winter in Crater Lake National Park

Posted on Nov 24, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Reports  •  3 Comments

Crater Lake National Park is a beautiful place, and it’s even more beautiful in the winter with a fresh blanket of snow. I added it to my photography bucket list a while ago, when I started seeing a number of brilliant shots of it. Like most photographers, I prefer my mountains covered in snow, and […]

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A Tale of Two Tahoes

Posted on Apr 11, 2015 by Tom Bricker  •  Reports  •  7 Comments

First off, let me start by saying I can’t believe that it has been a month since my last post. What started as a brief hiatus as I dealt with other things turned into a longer break as I’ve struggled with finding the motivation for photography (you might think photo editing gets easier when you […]

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