"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
Wow, great photo!
Thank you. Snow does have beauty built into it.
I agree with Bieb. You must have had your camera also very still as I see the sharpness of the light.
The camera was my tripod and set at f8 for a exposure of 1.6 seconds.
Looks so pretty but that was quite a horrendous accident involving 80 or more cars on the 401 yesterday! I'm glad you were not involved.
It was a terrible accident. I was out driving in the storm on city streets. There were a lot of drivers going a lot faster than what they should have been.
Very cool, Andy. You captured the blustery storm really well with this image. You have steady hands to shoot this without a tripod with such a long exposure.
This is so simple and BEAUTIFUL! I love it!
I love it, I can feel the snow falling on me!
Blowing snow at that! WOW - what a shot!
Andy, Great capture of the blowing snow by a strong wind that chills my imagination.This southern gal loves sunshine.
Very cool shot!
Oh I like this shot! I wouldn't want to be standing in it but, looking at your photo is a treat.
A fine shot Andy
This photo is a top shot in my books. You got just the right swirl in your snowflakes.
What a great snow shot! I heard that you got a lot of snow out there. We got only a couple of cm.
Beautiful shot! Brrr, it snowed here through the night too, but very little accumulation in the end.
Great shot, and this brings me right back to the beauty in a snowstorm
Thank you for braving the storm to get this shot.We had little to none in the way of snow.
LOVE this shot, I've taken almost an identical shot a couple years ago with the snow blowing past a street light... Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #67!
Oh, great great great shot, I just love it. Wow.
This is just a spectacular shot! I love it!
Great shot, but keep the snowy weather there, please! ;-)~Lindy