Photographer Name: Gert van den Bosch
Image Description: It was very cold that day, so the inspiration for the title was easy. I had very cold feet.
I came out of my car for a quick shot in the snow. The country lanes were slippery. I walked through the cold snow to get to the Pony. When I got there I realized that I had the wrong lens on my camera for the effect that I wanted. So I went back, changed lenses and made the picture me, and came closer than wanted. Normally I have my photo bag on my back. Not this day because I wanted to go for a hit and run shot.... I went back and changed lenses. I came home with this picture. Somehow I can still feel the cold, and the scene is arctic. In my imagination. I took advice to size it this way.
Copyright: © Gert van den Bosch_Netherlands_Winner_Open_Nature&Wildlife_2014 Sony World Photography Awards
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