It's still at good time of the year for infrared, assuming you can find enough sun. The sky has much less moisture than in summer so there's less diffusion due to water vapor, resulting in the camera "seeing" a much darker sky. The snow reflects about all the light hitting it so the only tones to play with are in tree bark, wooden buildings and other random surfaces that reflect infrared light. Compositions can turn out surprising since our eyes don't see infrared. Checking the screen on the camera back is necessary to make sure what you compose is what you get.
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