It has been a long, cold, snowy winter and I love it. I love the way landscapes look when snow covered and the simplicity that happens with the blanket of white.
I’ve been out shooting quite a bit but haven’t taken the time to add to my blog. So after today’s shoot, I decided to post some photos from the day. Before sunrise, I met friend Lisa Lacasse and we went to a farm that I have been eyeing for a while. As the sun came up over the ridge, the light was magical on the barn, snow and fence.
There was some great patterns in ice in the road, so I got out the 100mm macro and extension tube to shoot some close-up shots, which were looking good. As I was sliding around on the ice, a woman came down the driveway from the house. She was going to take some hay out to the horses and stopped to chat. She was an extremely interesting person, a former dentist, now self-sustaining farmer with cows, horses, chickens, goats and large sugar camp. She is also a boxing promoter, tough mudder and mother of four grown sons, who are scattering all over the world. It is always fun to meet such interesting people.
Enjoy the gallery of photos from the day.