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I’ve spent almost every winter of my life in Idaho and know how long and harsh they can be. However, if you bundle up to beat the chilly temperatures and are game to conquer mountains of snow, you’ll find a winter wonderland with countless opportunities for exploration.

One of my favorite things about winter in Idaho has to be the abundance of rustic barns and beautiful old buildings. I love capturing these old buildings at sunrise after a fresh snowfall. The untouched snow blankets the ground, trees, and mountains and is transformed by beautiful shades of pink and orange. It’s hard to beat a winter sunrise in rural Idaho. Even as an Idaho native, I am still discovering new things to love about winter here.

All photos, including feature image, are credited to Josh Packer.

Josh Packer is a full-time CPA  who is obsessed with landscape photography and  exploring Idaho. He lives in Ammon with his wife and three boys. Find more from Josh on Facebook, Instagram and on the web.


Published on March 2, 2017