2012 winter came late, but it was cold and with a lot of snow. I took this picture when snow was falling and the light was low. I like the division in multiple levels, giving an idea about the image depth.
NIKON D40X (32mm, f/6.3, 1/160 sec, ISO100) March is a month where (in this part of Italy) the snow in plain is unusual, especially if the snowfall is abundant, so I quickly take this shoot which is an almost natural black and white one, even if not converted in grayscale.
NIKON D40X (82mm, f/5.3, 1/80 sec, ISO100) Early morning after the biggest snowfall of the last 20 years here. I was fascinated by the symmetry given by the trees and the garden seats. Also the “sky” done by the branches was intriguing. The image is b/w, but there were so little different colors, that also in color would have been almost the same.
Update: this is my first image which has been accepted on , a very interesting artsproject. If you like great images, take a look there.
NIKON D40X (200mm, f/5.6, 1/50 sec, ISO100) During a pause of snowfall I took this image from my home window. With the standard white balance setting it turned out to be so blue, and I kept this because it was the real light of that moment. For sure it looks very cold, and that’s true: it was a really cold day! The brushwood looks really drown in the snow.