Newbury Racecourse will host its 10th annual “Winter Wonderland” event this December, and it looks like we have a few exciting things in store.
First, the venue is set to host a “Snowy Night” on December 5, where a small group of the world’s most beautiful and most skilful snowflakes will descend on the grounds to dazzle and entertain the spectators.
The event will feature a number of performances and activities for children, which include a giant snow globe, a giant snowball race and a giant ice skating rink.
In addition to these activities, attendees will be treated to a presentation by renowned Canadian and New Zealand snowboarder and photographer David Walford, who will be sharing some of his photography techniques and the skills he uses to create beautiful snowflaking.
Walfotons “Snow Snow” series is a series of photographs he shares with the public and is part of the project that aims to encourage people to take action on climate change and create positive social change.
The Snow Snow Festival is the latest in a series that Walfoords “Snow” series has produced, including “Snowing the Mountains,” “Snowlanding,” and “Snow Storm.”
He has also created “Snowflaking” as a series, which he shares in the form of videos.
Walford has taken his passion for snowboarding and photography to the next level, as well, and has produced a series called “Snowshoes.”
In addition to creating these stunning photographs, he has been working to bring more awareness to the global climate crisis and its effects on people.
In his new book, “The Snowshoes,” he shares his personal experiences in a candid way, explaining why he took on a passion for capturing the snowflake.
He explains that he grew up in a small village in New Zealand and had a fascination for the snow.
It’s something he’s been wanting to do since childhood, and when he discovered snowshoes, he was hooked.
“As soon as I saw them, I had to try them on.
I could not wait to get started and to photograph them.”
The first thing that stands out about the book is how it captures Walfords snowshoe photography and snow photography.
“It’s just an amazing collection of photos and I love the details in the photos,” he said.
“The photos are all captured in my studio and the whole thing is very much shot in my backyard, with the exception of the snow globe.
It has been shot in a very small studio with no artificial lighting and a small snow globe on the floor.
This is one of my favorite parts of the book.”
The photos and Walfowords book, as you can see from the images below, are beautiful.
“Snow Shoes” is full of shots of snowy landscapes, and Wafowords photos are always captivating.
This one captures a spectacular sunset, and he shows off the snowshoers ability to “frost up” the snow as it falls.
The snow on the ice and snow globe is amazing and shows off how much detail is in the shots.
Wofords’ photos are so stunning that he has included a photo of himself with his snowflowers.
He has a special snowflake in the book and when you open it up you can actually see it.
The book also includes a photo from one of Walfont’s favorite photographers, “Eden Hutton.”
In this photo, Walfott has taken a shot of the beautiful scenery of the track, and then it is added to Walfoteens book of photos of the year.
Wafotons book is filled with amazing photos of this track, which is always a highlight.
The photo of the racetrack in the background is Walfotte’s favorite, and his photos always make him smile.
Another favorite is the photo of Wafott’s mother, who has worked as a snowboard guide.
The photos are really special, showing how the snow is in real life.
She has a huge snow globe with snow on it and a snowman.
She also has a snowflake and a few snowflights, and this is the icing on the cake.
“You can tell that she has a love for snow, and I think that this photo has that in spades,” Walfowitz said.
The next photo is another snowflake that Wofowis always has in mind when creating his photos.
It shows a snow globe and a snowy snowman, which makes for a great backdrop for Wofott’s photos.
This photo is Wofords favorite, because it captures the snowfall.
The photographer has captured the snow in a beautiful way and his pictures are so vivid.
He said, “This is the snow that is falling in real time.
This picture is perfect for the book, and you can tell from the photo that it is a snow person in real-time.”