I certainly don't want to disparage these fine shots...though I really do not like the cold and most especially anything involving the white stuff unless it is sand on a southern beach, but I seem to see this "oddity" in so many snow shots and wonder as to its "realness" or if it is just a chromatic abberation which not everyone "fixes?"
Why is there blue snow? I did a simple edit and made it white without, as to my tastes, losing any of the quality which attracted my eye in the first place. So, I guess not living in that area of the world where one has to dig themselves a path to the mailbox, does this blueness have something to do with the blue sky reflecting off what is essentially water, or is it camera incorrectness? I am honesty curious because I cannot look at blue snow scene and not be turned off by the blue.
This, of course also beings up a case for the differences in montior calibration.