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PHOTOS OF THE MONTH: Subzero scenes

Pioneer photographers share some of their favorite images from the month of January.

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A skier comes down the Continental Divide trail on Jan. 15, 2022, at Buena Vista Ski Area.
Jillian Gandsey / Bemidji Pioneer

Frigid temps and almost daily snowfall just mean it's January in the Northland. Bemidjians didn't let the cold deter them one bit from getting outside to enjoy all that winter has to offer. Whether it was skating on the ice, skiing on the slopes or blowing bubbles in the snow, Pioneer photographers Jillian Gandsey, Madelyn Haasken and Annalise Braught were there to capture it all.

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Candles are set out for Nevaeh Kingbird, a 15-year-old missing from Bemidji since late October, during a vigil on Jan. 2, 2022, at the Lake Bemidji waterfront.
Jillian Gandsey / Bemidji Pioneer
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The sun sets behind a snowmobiler crossing Lake Irving on Jan. 14, 2022, in Bemidji.
Annalise Braught / Bemidji Pioneer
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Alya, 7, blows bubbles during a winter science experiments program on Jan. 17, 2022, at Lake Bemidji State Park.
Madelyn Haasken / Bemidji Pioneer
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Tinker, a miniature mule, pauses in the corral while out getting some exercise on Jan. 20, 2022, at Gold Mine Ranch.
Annalise Braught / Bemidji Pioneer
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Bemidji State goalie Gavin Enright (1) guards the net in the second period against Ferris State on Jan. 22, 2022, at the Sanford Center.
Madelyn Haasken / Bemidji Pioneer
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Tracks from a critter lead into the woods on Jan. 15, 2022, at Buena Vista Ski Area.
Jillian Gandsey / Bemidji Pioneer

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Annalise is the editor and a photographer at the Bemidji Pioneer. She is a Mass Communication graduate from Bemidji State University. Her favorite pastime is exploring the great outdoors and capturing its natural beauty on camera. Contact Annalise at (218) 333-9796, (218) 358-1990 or abraught@bemidjipioneer.com.
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