Snow

Floris van Breugel on January 28th, 2016

Out of the past three weekends, Aubrey and I managed to spend two of them near Mammoth, CA, in preparation for a trip we hope to do later this spring. Although the main goals for these trips were (a) to remember how ski, and (b) to relearn avalanche safety, we happened to be in the …Read the Rest…

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Floris van Breugel on November 29th, 2015

I hope everyone (in America) had a wonderful Thanksgiving! After a delicious feast shared with local friends, I spent the holiday with my parents near Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. Wednesday brought one of the first major storms of the winter season to the Sierra, which was followed by a clear and cold night. …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about Winter Sunshine ~ Sequoia National Park

Floris van Breugel on June 22nd, 2014

I recently returned from a fantastic two week adventure to near the southern tip of South America with my friend and fellow nature photographer Marc Adamus. After two full days of travel we arrived in El Calafate, Argentina, on the heels of the first big snowstorm of the winter season. To take advantage of the …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about Fitz Roy – Winter in Argentine Patagonia

Floris van Breugel on October 12th, 2013

Thanks to everyone who pre-ordered my 2014 calendars through Kickstarter! If you missed out, you can now order on my website: 2014 Calendars ~ ~ ~ Winter has arrived a little early this year, and already the mountains are covered in several feet of snow! Maybe we will be skiing by the end of the …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about Early Snow in the Cascades

Floris van Breugel on February 3rd, 2013

Seattle folks – I have a set of prints on display at Cafe Solstice in the UDistrict, through the end of February. They have some of the best coffee, cookies, and atmosphere that can be found in this fine city, so stop by between 6:30am and 10pm any day of the week! Contact me and …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about Winter’s Blanket – Mt Baker in Winter

Floris van Breugel on December 19th, 2012

After a busy two months I finally have some time to share a few new images! Life has been busy with my research, getting all my calendar orders out (thank you everyone who ordered one!), and moving to a new apartment, but things have finally started to settle down a little. Click image for larger …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about From Autumn into Winter

Floris van Breugel on October 15th, 2011

One of the most beautiful areas in Washington’s Cascade mountain range is the Enchantment Lakes region in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. This area is so far removed and hidden that it wasn’t even discovered (by European Americans) until the early 1900’s by A. H. Sylvester, and mountaineers didn’t start climbing and naming the peaks until …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about Enchantment : Winter Snows and Flaming Larches

Floris van Breugel on December 31st, 2010

I am very fortunate to have adventurous parents, so instead of spending my holiday at home we made a trip out to Yellowstone National Park to enjoy a snowy white Christmas. And a white Christmas it was! During much of our stay the skies were dreary and grey, and we got plenty of snow, which …Read the Rest…

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Floris van Breugel on December 12th, 2010

This is the final set of images from my short trip to Utah in late November. If you missed the previous posts, be sure to check them out: Oil Paintings and Dreams of Solitude. One of the many reasons I wanted to head out to Southern Utah was to check out Guy Tal’s new gallery …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about Winter’s Embrace

Floris van Breugel on January 15th, 2010

First, I’d like to welcome you to my blogs new home. Since you’re reading this, you must have found your way here successfully. I tried to update all the subscribe settings, so you should automatically receive email or RSS updates if you signed up for them previously. If you have/had any trouble, please do let …Read the Rest…

Continue reading about In a Snowy Silence