I’ve been taking a lot of pictures outside lately. I have to turn in at least 30 pictures each week in my photography class. Our house is in pretty much no condition to take good pictures, and I don’t go many places where I can easily haul out a big camera and start freely snapping pictures. So I have amassed a rather large collection of wintery pictures. Most of them are pretty worthless, but I have gotten very lucky a couple times. I thought that tonight I’d share some of the good ones with you all.
I took this one outside during a snowstorm.
These next three I got super lucky on. There was an amazing sunset one night.
I lined up the camera behind the tree, and the sun was glowing around the shadow.
Doesn’t that look so cool?
Another lucky find. Notice how the shadow is exactly next to the footprint.
A little nuthatch at my grandma’s feeder.
A female cardinal taking off. It was a little blurry, but I liked it too much to scrap it.
One of our cats stalking the birds. Don’t worry, his hunt was unsuccessful.
I love how the little nuthatch can skitter around a tree like a squirrel.
I don’t know if there’s anything in this rain gauge, but it looked like he was drinking out of it.
I may have been spotted.
There were some cool (No pun intended. ) icicles hanging from my grandma’s roof.
Some birds in flight. I love my zoom lens.
Something tells me I was being watched…