Japanese Maple in the Snow. True to form this Winter decided that we couldn’t just continue with the nice warmer weather and hit us with a snow storm on the first day of Spring. It was supposed to be around six inches, but turned out to be less – about 2-3 inches in my estimation. It’s going to be close to 50 degrees today so I imagine it’ll melt fairly quickly.

I wanted to see if I could capture the falling snow so I set the camera on a tripod; selected the lowest ISO; and set the smallest aperture in order to give me a slow shutter speed. I was somewhat successful, particularly in the third picture where you can see trails of the falling snow against the darker chairs.

Adirondack Chairs

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