As far as I'm concerned, winter is good for one thing, and one thing only. That one thing would be the gorgeous images to be had from the handful of days when the snow is flying but it's still just warm (yes, I'm using that word loosely) enough to tolerate being outside in it. On those few, magical days, we have the ability to capture images that you just can't get the other three quarters of the year.
Being the dedicated soul that I am to insuring we all have amazing images of our beloveds, and as allergic as I am to the cold - and I AM super allergic to the cold - I offer a handful of these sessions a year. Since the weather can be uncooperative and unpredictable, there are only a few opportunities that present themselves, so these are spur-of-the-moment, watch-the-weather-forecast, and keep-your-boots-by-the-door-just-in-case-it-snows events. Spots are always limited and have to be reserved well in advance, but they're always worth braving the cold and snow for!
Today was definitely one of those days. The next few days will be snowy enough, but the temps are going to be far too frigid (for humans, anyway). This miniature horse LOVES days like this, so he was more than happy to accommodate posing for the camera in between mouthfuls of hay.
I have two slots open for the remainder of the winter. Contact me ASAP if you'd like to reserve one (if we are blessed enough to lose the snow and cold before your session is on-deck for shooting, you have your choice of a full refund, a normal equine session, or being bumped up to the first slot for next winter).