18 Minimalist Winter Pictures

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Winter is an ideal time to shoot minimalist photography outside. When the landscape is covered with snow and the sky is a solid grey, everything you photograph will stand out naturally. When everything’s covered in snow, the real challenge might actually be to find something to take a picture of.

Minimal Winter Bench

anthony & the johnsons:knockin’ on heaven’s door by Lali Masriera

Minimal Winter Tomb

Cross in the fields by Pavel P.

Minimal Winter Sacandaga ice fishing shelter and Tracks

Sacandaga ice fishing shelter by joiseyshowaa

Minimal Winter Tree

February 6, 2013 at 5.36PM by why 137

Minimal Winter  Bench

white curve by Thomas Leth-Olsen

Minimal Winter Person walking

almost there by Thomas Leth-Olsen

Minimal Winter Bird

Little Bird Alone on Railing by Maxwell GS

Minimal Winter  Windmill town

De Helper by Michiel Jelijs

Minimal Winter Twigs

III by Anssi Koskinen

Minimal Winter Town

The winter fields above Steeton by Peer Lawther

Minimal Winter Leaf

Seasons by Dawn Ellner

Minimal Winter Trees

White sunset by Luigi Torreggiani

Minimal Winter Rabbits

Two rabbits in the snow by Tambako The Jaguar

Minimal Winter House and Tree

The old farmhouse on Monmouth Battlefield by joiseyshowaa

Minimal Winter Bushes

This is a picture of a river and a city skyline … by Rona Proudfoot

Minimal Winter House

Tracks by Jyrki Salmi

Minimal Winter Tree

Standing in the cold by Broo_am (Andy B)

Minimal Winter Man on jetty

Man on jetty by Michiel Jelijs

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  1. Jenn

    A lovely collection of images, I particularly like the ones from Thomas Leth-Olsen & Dawn Ellner.

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