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Winter doesn’t get nearly enough credit. All too often, the months between November and March are painted with grey brushes, barren landscapes and sedentary lives waiting for a glimpse of Spring. It’s time to break the Winter blues and take the season of shimmering snowflakes for exactly what it is: positively enchanting. Our VIN4 FLTR will bring out all of the arctic beauty your winter landscape photos have to offer. via PicsArt Sometimes, landscape photos just don’t do your favorite views justice. That’s where our FLTRs come in. When it comes to nature photos, we like to think of each FLTR as a way to capture the biting wind rushing past as you stand at the edge of a mountain cliff, the silence of a dense forest shown by cool shades of brown and green, and just how many shades of red and orange a California sunset can hold. via…

By Spot, your guide to the best places in the world *for you* according to the friends and experts you trust. It could be (and has been) said that Zach Stovall (@zachstovall in Spot) has the best job in the world. As the senior staff photographer for ISLANDS and Destinations Weddings & Honeymoons magazines, he travels constantly — sometimes multiple times a month. But while your standard-issue business trip plays out in stale conference rooms and sad hotel bars, Stovall is tasked with capturing the could-be-unreal scenes that will be splashed across glossy magazine spreads, inciting wanderlust in a readership that demands it. Given that the man knows his way around all types of scenery, from coastlines to mountaintops, and could probably take a decent photo with his eyes closed, we asked him to share five easy tips that anyone could use to take better landscape photos. Check out his advice…

Gaze up at a sea of stars from some of Earth’s most majestic landscapes in these 10 shots captured by PicsArtists around the world. These users ventured to some of the world’s most beautiful places in the dark of night, from snow-capped mountain peaks to red-rock deserts, to look up at the same night sky. The photos themselves capture the stars in mind-blowing detail and glimpse as far into space as the Milky Way Galaxy. 1. Zodiacal light glows over the horizon in the American Pacific Northwest. 2. Palm trees under the stars of Maui. 3. The Northern Lights in Jasper National Park, Canada. 4. A sprawling wheat field underneath the stars. 5. Graffiti set against a sparkling night sky. 6. The Milky Way emerges from behind the clouds over Mt. Hood, Oregon. 7. Stars light up the desert sky in Oman. 8. Californian redwoods circling the stars. 9. The Milky Way…