- Credit—Khürt L. Williams
- Camera—Canon EOS 5D Mark III
- Taken—21 March, 2018
- Focal length—182mm
- Shutter speed—1/1000s
I’ve been home since yesterday. I’ve felt under the weather. Nope, not this weather. Just a cold. But wait, this weather is cold and I’m making very bad puns.??
Anyway, I’m bored, having been stuck inside since yesterday and having already binge-watched everything of interest (Jessica Jones, Luke Cage, Dare Devil) to see on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.??
I’m experimenting with the camera trying to find out which shutter-speed freezes (no pun) motion for falling snow. Of course, the snow was uncooperative and fell at various speeds but I kept trying.
I looked up some winter quotes and found this one:
“Snow provokes responses that reach right back to childhood.” — Andy Goldsworthy
Andy Goldsworthy obviously didn’t grow up in the West Indies, South America, Central American, or India, or the Middle East or … anywhere where snow would be a reason to think it’s the end of the world.
Wake me up when it’s summer.