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Friday, December 25, 2009

Snowy branch



Merry Christmas all! Best wishes for a wonderful holiday!


Another shot from Peace Valley Park. 
I thought the snow accumulation on this
large branch was interesting with the late afternoon sun.





Canon EF 24-105mm L f4 IS USM lens
Circular Polarizer
28mm Focal Length
Exposure 1/80 sec @ f6.3
ISO 200
No adjustments.

12 comments:

Martha in PA said...

Very pretty. I'm sad that it all is beginning to melt. I'm wishing for another storm!

Pacey said...

Oh wow! what a grand photo here Wayne. You're a pro! Merry Christmas to you too and your family. Have good 2010 also.

Marka said...

I like how the branch leads off to elsewhere in the photo.

Woody said...

Hi Martha! With all the rain today, most of the snow is gone :-(

Woody said...

Hi Pacey, thanks for visiting and the complement (I'm blushing). I'm far from being a pro. If I had to do this for a living, I'd be very skinny from lack of food!

wenn said...

wow, real close-up of the snow!

Woody said...

Hi Marka! The branch seemed to go on forever!

Halcyon said...

Beautiful snow pictures. Hope you are enjoying the winter weather!

Reader Wil said...

Our snow had lasted almost a week, but right on X-mas day it started to melt! Pity! But the sun is shining now, so that's a good thing! Have a great week!

Maiah said...

Beautiful close-up photo of the snow.
ours melted at Christmas day and I was so glad, but today is snowing-raining alternatively, endless.

James said...

I've been taking lots of similar photos at around the same F-stop mostly of the top of snow covered walls. I like the look of yours because the branch slopes upward giving it a really interesting look.

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

My first visit to your blog. Lovely sparkly photo of snow! I see you are having fun with depth of field in many shots. Isn't it a gas?