When I look back through my photography archives to “Master Scenics” I see that I have shot and processed hundreds of Spring, Summer, and Fall photos, but only a couple of dozen reside in the Winter folder. So this winter I have set a new goal for myself, and that is to add at least a dozen shots to my most neglected season. This isn’t easy for me. I love East Texas but when the hardwoods are bare and the grass is yellow I have to look a lot harder to find the beauty. I have been shooting almost daily, but I’m only finding a few shots I want to spend the time processing. Here’s one I shot from Gordon’s Landing of Old Omen Bay on Lake Tyler East on a cold winter’s day.