Ghost Snow

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Hey!

So, it’s nothing but ice and fog here in Maryland. We were promised some snow this weekend but you know how weathermen are. They are very unreliable.

I’ve posted a photo I took last year. I took it with a slow shutter speed so I could get a mystical photo and was very happy with the results. Of course, it took quite a few photos before this one came out. Practice makes perfect! =)

Have a great day!

Bright Snow

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Hi Everyone!

Here’s a Snow photo that was taken during our blizzard last year. It’s surprising to me that we are already at the end of January and we really haven’t had a good snow storm. I guess I should feel blessed because the DC/VA area freak out with the smallest of storms and people seem to forget how to drive when it snows. However, as a Photographer, I really want some nice snow shots for this year.

I hope you enjoy this photo and your weekend!

Thanks! (⌒▽⌒)

Iced

This image was taken last year when it snowed! It has only been raining in the last few days so it depresses me. I can’t wait for the first good snow so I can take some more pics!

You can also find this image on FLICKR http://www.flickr.com/photos/elizabeth_gmaz_photography/4161256794/in/set-72157622321025345

Have a nice day!

Winter Cathedral

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AFTER
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Last night was the first snow that we really had in VA. I was really happy to see it but was a little perturbed that I wasn’t able to go out and take pics because it started while I was at work. Luckily, while I was driving home, it was still snowing.

While I was stopped at this LONG light, I looked out my window to my left and saw this interesting tree. With the snow and ice carefully powdering the area, I almost saw images of faces in my mind. So, I quickly grabbed my iPhone and snapped the shot.

When I finally got home, I played around with the lighting and decided that I wanted to mirror the image because I believed there were more interesting elements about it then just a plain tree.

I’m very happy with the results and hope you enjoy what I call “Winter Cathedral!”