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Where I live the trees are budding out, but in much of the rest of the Northern Hemisphere, winter continues. The images below are an ode to the season.

[Note: All images and photographer notes come courtesy of our friends at Global Yodel, who remind us that "one's home is another's destination." Check out the other collections they've shared with Matador: 25 intimate portraits of place, and Place via art: 20 illustrations.]

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Hal Amen

Hal Amen is a managing editor at Matador. His personal travel blog is WayWorded.

  • Kathy Amen

    Great scenery, but I really love the piled-up snow on the outdoor furniture!

  • Kathy Amen

    Great scenery, but I really love the piled-up snow on the outdoor furniture!

    • Global Yodel

      Thanks Kathy! We love that one too. brrrrrr

  • Global Yodel

    A big THANK YOU to Hal & Matador for compiling this collection of Yodels!

  • Global Yodel

    A big THANK YOU to all of our amazing contributors who made this collection possible!

  • Katka Lapelosová

    Gorgeous photos!

    • Global Yodel

      Thanks Katka! appreciate the kind words.

  • Dale Joseph Campbell

    Very nice stuff.

    • Jesse Weinberg

      thanks Dale!

  • Jesse Weinberg

    Seeing all these Yodel’s in one place makes me so inspired about the amazing world we live in! Thanks Matador Network!

    • Layli Samimi-Aazami

      right on!

  • Jeff Heinrichs

    Love The Ben Ditto shot!

    • Jesse Weinberg

      I love it too!

  • Svärta (http://svrta.org)

    awesome!

  • Maddie Gressel

    I love this.. really makes me want to go Tallinn.

    • Global Yodel

      us too!

    • Global Yodel

      us too!

    • Hal Amen

      same here :)

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