My favorite picture from the past week was the shot I took before the worst of the snow hit. We had done some exploring and were driving back home. If you follow along you know I LOVE sunsets, but I was resigned to the fact that I would not be able to get a sunset shot due to the snow clouds. So when I glimpsed the sunset I had to pull over and shoot it. It was so unexpected and one of those shots that I didn't know I really wanted to capture until it presented itself. It felt like a dream. My goal was to capture the snow and the colors of the sunset. In processing, I removed some distractions and played with the basic settings.
I hope to get back on track now that the stress of has began to ebb. I hope you have been staying safe and warm!
Settings: ISO 400, 32mm, ss1/6, f/8.0 (full manual, tripod)
"I'm looking for the unexpected. I'm looking for things I've never seen before." - Robert Mapplethorpe