I’m going to try to make up for the lame shot I did yesterday. I had an early appointment this morning and woke up to six inches of fresh snow. I figured a new fresh blanket of white should help me get creative again. It did, but I didn’t really take any “snow” shots, nor did I venture far from home.
First, an abstract for my 365 shot. After cleaning snow off of my truck, I was sitting in the cab and noticed the morning sunlight hitting the drops af water on my right-side mirror. Shot through the passenger window which created additional highlights. the title is the first thing I thought of but I couldn’t come up with anything better. Pentax K20D, DA55-300.
Drops of Jupiter
I also took some shots of the snow on a pine tree in my yard and thought I would post them also. Like I mentioned, I’m feeling bad about yesterday’s post so I’m over-compensating. All with Pentax K20D, first with DA17-70.
The next couple of shots are with my Super-Takumar 50mm lens, reverse mounted for macro. Shooting the branches was a little tricky because there was a slight breeze. With about a 1/4-inch of depth-of-field to work with, I had to wait for the branch to swing in focus and shoot. I took a few trial and error shots to catch the focus where I wanted it.
A couple more shots from today shot with the DA55-300. The first, a ball of snow on my truck roof.
The second is my parking space this morning. Hope you enjoyed the shots. Please feel free to comment or critique.