It’s that time of the year again when the leaf’s change and the snow comes in. That’s awesome, it means ski season is around the corner. Since this past Thursday the weather has been grey skies, thunder storms, and now snow. Well yesterday i had to make a small trip up to Reno to get the folks. It was the typical fall drive, windy wet roads, snow coming down, and low visibility. Oh yea good stuff.
The way up didn’t reveal any images worth stopping for but the way back sure did. Over Mono Lake we had some nice puffies along with some very slushy rain. This particular white puff ball was enticing. However when i shot it i had an image in my head with the foreground as it is, but when i got to the computer and looked at more closely that image disappeared. Not sure why.
Making the image a bit tighter and removing the foreground seemed better but doesn’t have the same affect. It feels like my head got in the way of what i saw and am trying to make the image into something it’s not. Back to the drawing board!
Images captured with D3, AF-S Nikkor 70-300 VR, on Lexar UDMA Digital Film