The Pine trees in Central Oregon, during winter, make for great photo opportunities when the snow is falling and the clouds are overcast but bright. One this day, it was snowing pretty hard and several inches had accumulated on the trees. The glare was pretty high, so I used a lower exposure and several filters. I had my cir-p as well as an NDx4 that I used. Good thing I had my tripod with me. The wind was pretty fierce, so I had only seconds to get off some shots before having to clean my lens.
It’s still sunny and the snow is great in the Oregon Cascades. It hasn’t snowed in a while but the clear skies make for some really good views of the mountains. The trees especially look good in the foreground of the blue sky. However, I’m counting down the days until we get our next big snow storm.
The snow if falling in the Oregon Cascades and I’m counting the days before I can start snow-shoeing and taking some awesome pictures.