December 2020 Frigid Light Newsletter

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December 2020 Frigid Light Newsletter
By David Howland • Issue #5 • View online

I thought I’d lead with a dog photo this month. Kaitlin and I took Penelope for a hike at Crowes Pasture in Dennis last weekend. It was a beautiful day to be outside exploring a new part of the Cape so I’m not sure why Penny looks so serious in this photo.
I had a productive first month as a full time photographer. At the beginning of November I went on a day trip to New Hampshire to check out a house for sale and found a new spot for sunset overlooking Franconia Ridge and the Presidential Range.
The first dusting of snow on the peaks of the mountains caught the sunset light perfectly. See more of these photos on my website👇.
Early Snow Alpenglow in the White Mountains – Frigid Light Photoraphy
November was a rainy month on the Cape so I didn’t get too many other changes for sunrise or sunset until the very end of the month at Chapin Beach in Dennis.
Just after sunset the 98% full “Beaver Moon” rose over the dunes to the east. The first full moon of November is called the “Beaver Moon” as a reminder to set your traps before the swamps freeze for the winter. So consider yourself reminded. Hopefully our swamps freeze sometime soon - I’m getting tired of all of this warm weather!
Holiday Notecards
It’s my favorite time of year: Christmastime. I’ve been refreshing my notecard inventory so if you’re looking for cards to use as thank you notes, holiday cards, or anything else check my notecard listings and use the discount code BEAVERMOON at checkout to save 10%. I can ship these cards out within 24 hours.
Frigid Light Notecards
If you prefer to shop on Etsy, the code will work there as well!
Cape Cod and New England Landscape Photography by FrigidLight
Phone Wallpaper
December’s phone wallpaper is a black and white image of Mt Lafayette under the first snowfall of the year. Click the thumbnail below to download the full size image to your phone.
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The next time I sit down to write this email, it will be 2021! I don’t generally bucket my thoughts and feelings into a yearly framework but it feels appropriate this year. So, until 2021, thanks for reading!
- David
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