photo sharing and upload picture albums photo forums search pictures popular photos photography help login
Mike Stobbs | all galleries >> Every Now & Then Part III > Snow In The Valley
previous | next
Snow In The Valley
Dec. 20th 2008 Mike Stobbs

Snow In The Valley

A snow storm works it's way though the Arm River Valley in South Saskatchewan.

Nikon D300 ,Nikkor 24-70mm f/2.8 AF-S ED IF G N
1/50s f/8.0 at 70.0mm iso200 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
peterjay4531-Dec-2008 15:24
Very nice composition and you've preserved the cold look of the day very well.
Milan Simic29-Dec-2008 01:45
Is this one overexposed or that's what you guys call snow over there :)) Nice "S" curve indeed... voted!
Steve Hiscock22-Dec-2008 02:25
How many days til Spring?? It's going down to -34C tonight! Keep shooting Mike, the D300s can take it :) (this I say as MY D300 sits wrapped comfortably in it's camera bag)
Walter O. Koenig21-Dec-2008 17:30
Nice composition and point of view. Looks too cold for me.
Jim Larkin21-Dec-2008 07:22
It's the snow blowing across the road. That screams "COLD" to me.
Cindi Smith21-Dec-2008 03:35
Cool! I want snow when I get there....I just don't wanna get snowed in!
Brad Claypole21-Dec-2008 01:36
Good to see I wasn't the only one braving the cold today.
lou_rozensteins21-Dec-2008 01:14
The road gives a great feeling of depth. Well done.
pkocinski21-Dec-2008 00:56
This image says cold, windy and not a good place to get stuck. Nice one Mike.
Steve Mockford21-Dec-2008 00:52
Nothing looks quite as desolate as partial snow cover in extreme cold - you have captured that feeling well. Love the shape of the road, I suspect that there are lots of possibilities here in changing light.
Hubert Steed21-Dec-2008 00:43
Lovely photo. Mood and composition expansive. Tree stand on left hand horizon brings the eye back into the picture and adds interest to the photo. V
John Buffin21-Dec-2008 00:07
That's a great stretch of road to photograph. All kinds of possibilities there.
Type your message and click Add Comment
It is best to login or register first but you may post as a guest.
Enter an optional name and contact email address. Name
Name Email
help private comment