I ran up to one of my favorite waterfalls just before the snow started. It's down a dirt road and the parking area (if you even want to call it that) is usually impassable in the winter. Having given up my 4x4's for a car with better mileage several years ago, I don't do as many remote locations in the winter as I used to. I've almost gotten stuck once, and with no cell phone service in the area, it's a longer walk back to civilization than I want to make. Anyway, not sure what I would find, the temps have been decently above normal, so I took a chance. It's always 10F colder "down in the hole" than up top, so when I got to the bottom, I wasn't surprized to see a layer of ice coating everything within reach of the mist from the falls. Wanting to preserve life and limb, the climb to a usual shooting spot was out, so I carefully made my way to a slightly different angle than I usually do: There was some wind, there always is down in the hole, so a few of the iced over branches were moving. I printed this to 11x14 and I am very happy with the D200, the print almost looks like it came from my Pentax 645.