TRINITY IN WINTER
I love winter travel, even through zero visibility snow squalls and subzero temperatures, which is why we chose to go to Newfoundland in the winter. I love the look of snow on the landscape, and it makes the wonderfully colored houses in this island province really stand out.
Trinity was historically a center of trading and commerce for the tiny nearby fishing villages. Today, it is more of a quaint tourist town. In this photograph, Trinity seems like a Grandma Moses painting come to life
Location: Trinity, Newfoundland, Canada
© Lee H. Rentz: All Rights Reserved
Photo size: 26.2 Mpixels (75 MB uncompressed) - 6270x4180 pixels (20.9x13.9 in / 53.1x35.4 cm at 300 ppi)
Published in: NEWFOUNDLAND