The local watering hole
A frozen landscape can be wonderful to look at with all the snow and ice creating artistic interpretations everywhere you look. It seems to get even more intense when the snow is still falling. Like photography, the snow is just a snap shot of the moment. Changing with every snow flake or ice droplet. As great as this can be to witness through the viewfinder it can be rather blah. Little contrast and very few highlights. This is when the true artistic eye inside has to take over. It is sure to be different for everyone. For me it’s a momentary thing. I either like what I see or I don’t. Panning with camera to face is the only way for me to tell if I like or I don’t. Kinda like I don’t trust my eyes with out a camera lens to filter what is really out there. Saturday was one of those days. No sun to help me just fresh snow and lots more coming down. Thanks to the woodpecker for saving my trek through the snow looking for a photo-op.