Top 10: Winter Images to Photograph

In our blog post, “Inspire With Instagram,” we asked our blog readers what you love to photograph during the winter months. These words conjured up such lovely images that we had to get in on the fun as well. Please enjoy this must-have list for bloggers, photographers, and Instagram lovers!

 

Top 10: Winter Images to Photograph

 

  1. Steam rising from a cup of coffee
  2. Hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows
  3. Freshly fallen snow
  4. Warm apple crisp
  5. China tea cup on a vintage table cloth
  6. Children making snow angels
  7. Patio gargoyles covered in snow
  8. Living room decked out in holiday lights
  9. Party guests gathered ’round the piano
  10. Winter berries against a fresh bed of snow

 

Thank you to all who contributed!

Do you have a love of photography and capturing a moment in time? Life Images invites readers to peer through the camera lens of artists who share a passion for photographing everyday experiences.

Each photo in this unique publication is accompanied by the original prose, journaling, and poetry from the artists, allowing you to experience a specific moment in someone else’s life.  This magazine features 144 pages of full-sized images that will inspire you to keep your camera close at hand, whether you are spending the day lounging in your backyard or watching the glistening waves hit the golden sand at the beach.

Click on the following links to glimpse inside Life Images for a sneak peek at more spellbinding photography:

Autumn ’08 | Winter ’08 | Spring ’08 | Summer ’08

 

Challenge: Can you take a blog-worthy photograph with your phone? Tweet us your best wintery  phone photo @Stampington, and be sure to use the hashtag #blogphoto. We’ll re-tweet our favorites!

 

 photo credits, clockwise from top right:  Dancing Snowflakes by Diana Foster; Ice Storm by Stephanie Bishop;
Asheville Morning by Fran Welch; Golden Leaves by Michael Pfaendtner; Berries in the Winter by Deborah L. Carlson

 

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In our blog post, “Inspire With Instagram,” we asked our blog readers what you love to photograph during the winter months. These words conjured up such lovely images that we had to get in on the fun as well. Please enjoy this must-have list for bloggers, photographers, and Instagram lovers!

 

Top 10: Winter Images to Photograph

 

  1. Steam rising from a cup of coffee
  2. Hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows
  3. Freshly fallen snow
  4. Warm apple crisp
  5. China tea cup on a vintage table cloth
  6. Children making snow angels
  7. Patio gargoyles covered in snow
  8. Living room decked out in holiday lights
  9. Party guests gathered ’round the piano
  10. Winter berries against a fresh bed of snow

 

Thank you to all who contributed!

Do you have a love of photography and capturing a moment in time? Life Images invites readers to peer through the camera lens of artists who share a passion for photographing everyday experiences.

Each photo in this unique publication is accompanied by the original prose, journaling, and poetry from the artists, allowing you to experience a specific moment in someone else’s life.  This magazine features 144 pages of full-sized images that will inspire you to keep your camera close at hand, whether you are spending the day lounging in your backyard or watching the glistening waves hit the golden sand at the beach.

Click on the following links to glimpse inside Life Images for a sneak peek at more spellbinding photography:

Autumn ’08 | Winter ’08 | Spring ’08 | Summer ’08

 

Challenge: Can you take a blog-worthy photograph with your phone? Tweet us your best wintery  phone photo @Stampington, and be sure to use the hashtag #blogphoto. We’ll re-tweet our favorites!

 

 photo credits, clockwise from top right:  Dancing Snowflakes by Diana Foster; Ice Storm by Stephanie Bishop;
Asheville Morning by Fran Welch; Golden Leaves by Michael Pfaendtner; Berries in the Winter by Deborah L. Carlson

 

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