An article by January 26, 2009on
When I started studying photography in college my first class overlapped with winter. Most of the class was devastated because it meant that they couldnâ€™t continue to take photos of things like flowers, trees and people outside in nature. I was the same way at first, but then I realized that photography is what you make of it. You can find interesting things anywhere you go at any time of the year; you just have to look harder at certain times.
This photo is one of those cases. Iâ€™m reminded that even during winter in Michigan when everything is solid white with snow and you donâ€™t want to go outside that there are things to photograph. Part of it is being there, part of it is just looking for it.
Camera: Nikon D80
Exposure: 1/800 (0.001 sec)
Focal Length: 135 mm
ISO Speed: 200