Deep Into The Winter - Feb 2019

by William Andersen October. 01, 2019 128 views

We had received a combination of rain and snow that accumulated and flooded this area. While the water was pooled up it got cold enough to freeze and create about half an inch of ice. Then the water receded. Creating this honeycomb of ice and cattails.

We had received a combination of rain and snow that accumulated and flooded this area. While the water was pooled up it got cold enough to freeze and create about half an inch of ice. Then the water receded. Creating this honeycomb of ice and cattails.

Not the greatest background, but I was working with "leading lines".

Not the greatest background, but I was working with "leading lines".

Here we are the First of October and, I am just now posting pictures from February of this year. Even if you are not going to ask me this, my wife does. This is due to a combination of things. One would be time. Many times when we come home from taking pictures it is late. So I generally just pull the images off our cards and push them over to Dropbox, and then call it a night. Another reason is I think I have more fun just taking pictures. To me, it is about the challenge. Another reason is, I save the editing and posting for rainy days, which today happens to be one of those. Why waste a good day editing when I can be out capturing.

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Bethany Plonski 3 months, 2 weeks ago

I find myself in the same boat all the time, but I agree the benefits (and enjoyment) of regular practice balance out the sense of being perpetually behind on processing. And on this 90-degree October day, I found the winter images refreshing! smile

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