Halibut Point State Park in Rockport, MA is a magical place at any time of year. But it takes on an almost ethereal quality when it snows. Last year, after a nice sticky 3" snowfall I ventured out to see what I could find. I was not disappointed. Everything was covered including the twines above. I made different shots as the light played across them. I love the light in this particular image. This shot reminds me of white chocolate covered pretzels. Another shot, of branches reaching out toward a quarry was this years holiday card. I called it snow coral because it reminded me of sea coral. I was able to make several pleasing shots including a nice pano of the main quarry. I have a print of it which is 14" x 50" above my kitchen sliding door. I made this shot with the Canon 5D MK 3 and the 24-70 f2.8 L lens at 24mm. The exposure was 1/640 sec at ISO 400 at f 10.
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