|Holga, Kodak Ektar 100|
I spent about 4 hours last winter wandering through Forest Park after a few inches of snow fell the night before. I've found Forest Park to be a pretty challenging place to photograph throughout most of the year. It usually requires just the right light to render a composition that is free of distracting elements while also conveying the wonder and awe of being deep within the forest. After a fresh snowfall, however, this visual chaos merges and becomes a little more cohesive. Snow-coated branches begin to show their form, soon giving trees that once blended in with the forest a chance to stand out in all their glory.