black and white photo of a skier in cold smoke powder in the second finger of bridger bowl

Skier in Second Finger at Bridger Bowl

Posted on | Shot on at 17:00:00

A heavy snowstorm this weekend finally inspired me to get out with my camera again. I think its been November since I was last out taking photos. This is a photo of Steph skiing a run known as Second Finger on the southern end of Bridger Bowl.

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  • Amazing snow covered trees, beautiful winter composition. Great timing to capture the skier in this shot, really gives depth and perspective. Excellent one!

  • Love the pine trees heavy with snow, such a pretty location!

  • man, look at all that powder.. the high contrast works really well for this scene.. beautiful shot.. :D

  • should have been more specific about what i like about the composition – i like the way the trees are leaning and also how they recede away.

  • we got slammed with snow too. sometimes it makes for great photo opportunities – other times it’s just too cold for photos. your composition on this is great!

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  • Shutter speed: 1/640 sec
  • Focal length: 9855 mm
  • Aperture: f/6.3


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