Today was the start of the blizzard ’round these parts. I took this photo of the lacy snow on my front picture window at about 1:20 PM, after I’d shoveled the walk for a second time.
The snow keeps coming, but not as bad here as other places; I’d be happy, though, if the wind would just die down a bit. I guess that’s what I get for living on the prairie.
Nerdy details: 50mm, f/2.8, 1/4000s, ISO 100.
Some of my best photos (well, in my opinion) of the year that was.
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It’s up. It’s decorated. It’s not even Christmas Eve yet.
Some quick abstracts from the farm last weekend.
My bike ride took me down to the graveyard yesterday, and I saw some wildlife there.
Above: a crow on a headstone.
Below: a bunny enjoying the nice cool grass.
Top image: 19-image Brenizer panorama, because apparently I like making my computer fan earn its keep.
Below: near, or far?
Top image: 19-image Brenizer panorama. Images were 55mm f/4, giving an effective final shot at 35mm f/2.5.
It snowed pretty good for a couple hours this afternoon. I snapped this from the upstairs bedroom.
A stack of 8 photos, each 50mm, f/1.8, 1/800 sec, ISO 100. Processed in GIMP.