Posted by john4jack (Corvallis, Oregon, United States) on 29 December 2012 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.
Not fine art photography, but I wanted to show you what it was like some of the time.
Nikon D700 1/125 second F/7.1 ISO 200 92 mm (35mm equiv.)
29 Dec 2012 6:55am
I love the artistic feel of this photo, it sure was snowing!!
29 Dec 2012 8:55am
Seems to be taken in the snowstorm... impressive ! Brrrr....
29 Dec 2012 9:09am
TRès belle photo! j'aime
29 Dec 2012 10:08am
Magnifique carte postale, splendide composition. Bonne journée.
29 Dec 2012 10:36am
So much snow! It's incredible, and so beautiful!
29 Dec 2012 11:17am
29 Dec 2012 12:42pm
Winter beauty...very nice...and since i'm closer to New year ..i'm wishing you and you family a healthy and creative year
29 Dec 2012 12:51pm
@StarCosmosBleu: Thank you for all of your recent comments.
wonderful shot john, very nice
29 Dec 2012 1:02pm
29 Dec 2012 1:11pm
Beautiful, Jack! I love this one...we are getting snow now in Easton, PA...I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and that your New Years is perfect! Always such a joy and a fulfilling experience to see your work...All the best - Denny
29 Dec 2012 4:27pm
Terrific! It's very beautiful... Muchas gracias por este regalo de Año Nuevo...!
29 Dec 2012 4:58pm
Cet arbre a capté la neige. Il s'est joliment décoré.
29 Dec 2012 5:50pm
very nice & amazing!
29 Dec 2012 7:40pm
almost a snowy abstract! in envy you the white carpet ... here all is grey and brown and wet !
29 Dec 2012 7:42pm
You have truly captured how the heavy snowfall feels. Earlier today it looked like this here.
29 Dec 2012 9:10pm
29 Dec 2012 10:35pm
Impressive ... looks almost like an abstract image, the textures and tones are fabulous !!!
30 Dec 2012 12:15am
Stunning image! Looks like a very big storm!
30 Dec 2012 1:32am
Fantastic natural overlay of texture :^)
30 Dec 2012 3:24pm
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