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The first dusting of new snow is settling on the mountain peaks around Whitehorse. "Termination dust", ie. If you're working on something outdoors you'd better get it done quickly. A long standing sign that layoffs were imminent in placer mining, prospecting and many other outdoor industries. Termination dust means the icy hand of a Yukon Winter won't be far behind. But it isn't the end for the landscape photographer. Far from it. Seasonal changes add something to almost any landscape, the light changes, the colors change, the sky takes on some of the drama of those big shifts and nature conspires to make the mundane new again. Oh sure there are challenges to shooting in a Yukon winter, frozen batteries (spare in a warm shirt pocket inside the parka), frozen fingers, (mittens, several sizes too large for quick smooth on and off & of course idiot strings to prevent their loss). Please people don't throw things or tantrums when I say, I for one am looking forward to the crisp clean lines, crystal light, and subtle colors of another Yukon winter. But like I've heard the oldtimers say, "if this snow keeps up, it won't come down."
I know, I know, uncalled for PUNishment. Sorry dear reader but I find those so hard to resist.