I live in Seattle and we rarely get much snow in the winter, but this February we had over two weeks of it! Not just a few inches, but at least a foot on my hill and much more in the outlining areas. I don’t drive when it snows, so I was on foot a lot. To make the most of it, I took my Burnside 35 and Sol45 out on several of my walks to capture the snow scenes.
Although I took my regular route around the hill, the snow transformed everything into a different place.
My favorite tree - my dancing tree - looked even more beautiful with snow on its limbs.
The western viewpoint from Queen Anne, was full of surprises.
I loved capturing the houses along my walk. This one called out to me with its red trim.
I must admit that although the snow was beautiful, it took a lot of work to make my way around the hill. After weathering our third snowstorm in a week, I was happy to see the sun come out and temperatures rise. But while the snow was here, the Burnside 35 and Sol45 were great lenses to capture images.
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