Winterscapes – The New York Times


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The onset of winter may usher in cold, ice, and adversity, but it also brings a dramatic change in scenery: snow-filled skies, skeletal trees, powder-covered hills, prismatic icicles and much more.

How do you feel about winter landscapes? Do you believe some places are more beautiful or serene this time of year? Where are you favorite places to go after a snowfall?

Tell us in the comments, then read the related article to see more photos of striking winter scenes.

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