We had some snowfall last week — just a few inches. But my car was parked on the street that intersects my neighbourhood. It’s the only on-street parking in my community.

I wanted to move my car into the driveway so that it would not get stuck when the ploughs push the snow from the roads. My foot was still sore from the weekend, and while the walk is less than five minutes, I didn’t want to take any chance that I might irritate that sprained tendon. So my wife drove me over to my car.

The snow was coming down, and I had my camera in hand (of course!). I had read that 1500 second was a reasonable shutter speed for photographing during snowfall. I think that’s just about right.

Photo of the Week is personal photography project where I post the best image captured that week. The image will be posted at the end of the week. That will be a Sunday. I can take one or 100 photos for the week, but I will post only one, the best one.

This morning, I ventured out to Rojo's Roastery for a cappuccino. There wasn't much activity on Palmer Square.

I am enjoying experimentation with Fuji Film Simulation recipes for my Fuji X-T2. This one from Ritchie Roesch is a simulation of Ilford HP5 Plus. This image is SOC.