We had two snowstorms last month, here in Northern Virginia. The first, at the beginning of December, was picturesque, with big, fluffy, wet flakes that looked great on the tree branches. It was only four or five inches of snow, and it was gone after a few days.
The second storm started around the 18th of December and went on for several days. When it finally let up, there was about two feet of snow on the ground. We were snowbound for a couple of days, until a nearby farmer came by with a huge tractor and used his front-loader bucket to clear our driveway. Now, in January, there is still some snow remaining from this storm. Very unusual for this part of Virginia
So what do you do when it's nasty outside? Point your camera through the window and take pictures. All of the shots here were made without leaving my house.
All of these pictures were shot on my Panasonic DMC-FZ18, saved as JPEG Fine, at various settings. They received additional processing in LightZone to bring out their finer qualities.
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