Snow blankets the ground, the world is quiet...still...and cold.
As we pull out knitting, books, woodworking projects, and other indoor activities we have to force ourselves to get outside and look for winter scenes to photograph.
It's difficult to photograph snow, and get it to be "white." If you have a 35mm camera and you can adjust your settings, add about two stops of light to your photographs by using the +/- dial. Your camera wants to see "gray," so snow can look dingy. We are still struggling with that perfect setting, and the only way to do that is practice.
So last Saturday this is exactly what we did. Braving sub-zero wind chill factors, we bundled up and headed for snow-country.
You decide - did we get close to having "white" snow?