Up in the slopes looking for snow

Well as i said in my last post the snow melted so quickly i had to go up pretty high in order to find some snow that wasn’t. Of course as i write this post it is snowing, which is odd cause the five day forecast said for no snow, so much for Frisbee. I went to another of my nearby haunts, Hyalite Canyon, and was not surprised to find that the road was still closed to snow. I played around with the crick for a while but wasn’t thrilled with any of the water or snow mounds, the sky was by far more interesting.

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The clouds with the falling sun caught my eye more so then anything in the depths of the canyon. There just wasn’t anything in the bottom that was more interesting. I followed the clouds along the ridge, the wisps kept making interesting patterns. Knowing that they were back lit immediately said B&W to me but i had no idea that it would turn out so well, at least in my mind. It was a fun day driving around the back roads and the hidden canyons.

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Image captured with D3, 24-70 AF-S, 14-24 AF-S, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film

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