overexposed black and white photograph of snow falling in the woods

Snowy Trees

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A heavy snow falling in the north Bridgers near Brackett Creek.

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  • this is a great shot, snow already? Impressive.

  • The first snow shot I’ve seen, beautiful capture. Looks like my backyard in about 2 or 3 more months. Definitely can feel the cold atmosphere in this shot.

  • that’s one thick blanket of snow.. i like how the trees stand out in this scene though.. very nice shot.. :)

  • wow you guys really got slammed. makes my today’s snow shot look lame. stay warm.

    and this is really beautiful by the way.

  • Beautiful shot, all the snows makes the forest feel kind of delicate.

  • this photo is so beautiful…so peaceful. We dont get snow in Phoenix, only north in Flagstaff. Being from the eastcoast, I miss being in it and the loud silence as is falls all around. It’s absolutley beautiful…just one of God’s masterpieces. So wonderfully perfect.

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  • Shutter speed: 1/500 sec
  • Focal length: 173 mm
  • Aperture: f/5.6


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