17 March 2014
Chasing the snow storm
The 16th of March was highlighted with a returning of winter, despite it had been around +7-10°C the past weeks.
But as the Winter is my favorite season, I was extremely glad it came back. It this was an epic return indeed!
In this post I will show a chase for that snow storm.
I haven't been prepared at all. So I just woke up and after looking outside my window I realized - where was no other option than pick up my camera and some military boots, and move out.
That said, after some 15 minutes I was driving away, chasing for the big low hanging clouds full of snow.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f10, 1/100 sec., ISO100, handheld.
The one of my beloved trees some kilometers away from Riga.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f10, 1/125 sec., ISO100, handheld.
Really nice low hanging, superfast moving clouds!
Nikon D600, nikkor 70-200mm f/4, at f8, 1/250 sec., ISO100, handheld.
The snow storm itself. We had seen a lot of such heavy clouds, and catched this one.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f11, 1/80 sec., ISO100, handheld.
Wide view... Looks kind of UFO from the Independance day movie. :)
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f9, 1/125 sec., ISO100, handheld.
On the edge of that snowing cloud.
Nikon D600, nikkor 16-35mm f4, at f11, 1/125 sec., ISO100, handheld.
Masha is taking pictures on the way. Also, hiding in a warm car from the cold and very strong wind.
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