As much as I hope for the snow, we have had relatively little this year. Snowflakes aside, I have been trying to keep up with my landscape photography as well but the weather hasn’t cooperated. Even still, I have been able to grab a few great shots so far this season:
The halo and Sun Dogs around the sun are caused by a cloud of ice crystals, and I found it near the Alliston area. I drove there hoping to find snow, but this was a much nicer surprise!
I set my sights on Bracebridge as a snow system was moving in, only for it to move off-course by the time I arrived. I chose my location wisely however – as a back-up I knew that Potts Falls would still be flowing and I was treated to quite the landscape.
Finally, I tried a different approach with this last image. I don’t often create “pan-blur” images, but this is one that I liked. It is an extremely wide angle of view and I rotated the camera to blur the details and make it look painterly. Please tell me your thoughts!
I’ll make a snowflake post soon too 🙂 For those eager to see my snowflake images, I am posting a new one every single day over at Google+, check it out!