Snow falls as a male cardinal sits perched in a tree. This photo was taken at the Manassas Battlefield Park, March 25, 2014. (Kevin Ambrose)

Last week, Ian and I ended our snow photo post with the question, “Will this be our last snow shoot of the season?”  I had a feeling that we would have one more snowstorm and we did.  After this week’s snowstorm, however, I think we’re finally done.

Ian and I started photographing snow this season at the National Christmas Tree on December 8 and we finished over three and a half months later, photographing snow in Washington, D.C. and in the Manassas Battlefield Park on March 25.  It’s definitely been a long winter with plenty of photo opportunities!

Here’s a list of our 2013-14 winter photo shoots, with links, to show the long and active nature of this past winter season:

December 8 National Christmas Tree, December 10 snow scenes, January 3 snowstorm scenes, January 8 polar vortex sunrise, January 21 old-fashioned snowstorm, January 25 fire and ice, January 30 Great Falls snow, February 9 Bull Run ice chunks, February 14 Snochi, March 3 snowy rescue, and March 17 rare snowstorm.


Cherry blossoms with snow in Washington, D.C.. (Ian Livingston)

Will this be our last snow shoot of the season?  That was the question we asked at the end of our snow photo posts on March 3 and March 18.  We were not sure of the answer then, but this time, I think we’re done.  Only time will tell…


Henry Hill at the Manassas Battlefield Park with moderate snow falling, March 25, 2014. (Kevin Ambrose)

Daffodils with snow in Tenleytown, March 25, 2014. (Ian Livingston)

Snow falls as a male cardinal plays coy with two females. This photo was taken at the Manassas Battlefield Park. (Kevin Ambrose)

A Dupont Circle park bench with snow, March 25, 2014. The temperature rose above freezing causing the snow to slowly melt. (Ian Livingston)

Heavy snow at the Manassas Battlefield Park, March 25, 2014. (Kevin Ambrose)

Dupont Circle in the snow. (Ian Livingston)

A snowy scene at the Manassas Battlefield Park, March 25, 2014. (Kevin Ambrose)