How to ... protect photography equipment in cold weather

  • by: Bill Marchel Special to the Star Tribune
  • Updated: January 9, 2014 - 2:29 PM

There’s no denying the cold we’ve experienced lately, but that’s no reason for photographers to stay indoors. Winter landscapes covered in snow and frost beckon those with discerning eyes. What’s more, wildlife is often more concentrated around available food sources during the winter, and the creatures are often less wary.

Click here to send us your hunting or fishing photos – and to see what others are showing off from around the region.

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