I've always been taken by the photos taken in the dead of winter that have that dreary and desolate feel to them. I'm not sure I can explain why I find them so interesting but there's just something about them. There is one particular picture that I have hanging in my living room that truly exemplifies that feeling, it is called Winter Serenity by William Neill. When I first got the picture I thought I was buying a B&W picture. It wasn't until I got the picture home and had my face 3 inches from the picture while hanging it that I saw the faint colors of the cliffs and trees. It is just a remarkable picture that I am continually amazed by every time I look at it. The picture I've posted below is a picture of a bridge on a running trail north of where I live. I was particularly taken at the supporting structure (although admittedly I didn't realize at the time just how poor the bracing looked. Maybe because I was freezing my tail off.) Anyway when I got the pictures home and downloaded, this was definitely the picture that stood out to me.