Interesting take on falling snow with the Leica M9
Well things have been a little lean photographically here. If I start posting more from images from work then it might be more active. But after all the snow blowing and shoveling I'm pretty exhausted. Yesterday we had some nice pretty snow falling as I left work. Large flakes falling and it was really kind of cool looking. I had the M9 with the 35 Cron on board and decided I needed to make something! So as I drove home I started thinking about shooting at really slow shutter speeds and what the images would look like. So I made a shot as I was driving home at 1/6 of a sec.
Then when I got home my outside light did some interesting things with the large flakes falling.
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