Friday, February 25, 2011


A wet snow is a photographer's friend outlining the trees with soft white. Went down to Indian Mound and the Museum to capture what I HOPE is the last snow of the season. Above and below, Indian Mound.

Above, Kansas City Museum, below, Kessler Park. All shots taken with Nikon D3 and 24-70mm lens. F11 at 1/500th basic exposure with HDR intervals at 1 stop for 5 shots. ASA 200.


  1. I don't care how pretty it is, I'm tired of shoveling. At least it isn't supposed to last as long this time. I'm ready for mud!

  2. It was hard to walk in.... and it is really pretty... I don;t have much to shovel so I'm inclined to give Mother Nature a pass on this one and just take the view... :)

  3. This was the first snow to really cling to the branches--it is pretty. I am thankful I was able to get home yesterday though; the weather was no picnic on the roads!

    All gone by Sunday!

  4. you're so right, of course---wet snows, like fog and sunsets and sunrises, are made for photographers, for sure. Terrific shots, as usual.