December Nature Photography

Wait up, hold up, it’s 20 of my favorite photos I took in December. I hope you enjoy.

Birch bark.
3.50pm almost sunset in early December.

Super high tide.

Ice in the harbor.

At a rest stop in the mountains.
Icy highway in the mountains, on my way home from the city. Only 120 miles to go…
No filter…. 4pm sunset.

I love the snow. More please.

I like the seaweed in the crash.

Almost a halo. Ice crystals in the air.

Last moon of the year. A few minutes before midnight on the 31st.

tara caribou | ยฉ2021

All images by me.

64 Comments on “December Nature Photography

  1. i wonder how many people don’t ‘see’ these kinds of things. thanks for sharing, i like that photos give the viewer an insight into the photographer …

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    • I think we are all guilty of that from time to time… and then all of the sudden an amazing sunset or a bright flower catches your eye, and you remember all over again. ๐Ÿ’•

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  2. Thank you for sharing these sublime photographs with us. Each one is a testament to your expertise with the camera. Thank you too for the helpful information accompanying a number of your photographs that enhanced our appreciation of them.
    Interestingly if memory serves me right our December sunsets occurred about the time of yours even though we are far further south

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    • I canโ€™t remember what time sunset was on the 21st but where I live, we gain/lose 3.5 minutes of daylight everyday (this time of year… in summer it gets to 5.5 mins a day). So it would have been setting around 3:30pm but you know some times I just donโ€™t pay attention…. unless Iโ€™m photographing!!

      I do love nature of all types and taking amateur photos of it AND sharing it with others. It just makes me happy, you know?


      • We gain or lose around 4 minutes of daylight throughout the year. As you say we don’t always make a note of the time unless it’s for a specific purpose.
        Thank you for sharing your photos with us. They are truly a joy to behold.

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  3. Well captured my friend!! Each image has a story to tell. I can feel that these are your happy moments. They ignite your passion & love of nature.

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  4. Ahh, these are gorgeous, Tara! I especially love the frosted grass and the moon photos at the end. โค So so pretty.

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