Last week’s storm brought several inches of hard driving, wet snow to Kalamazoo. But after the blizzard passed temperatures grew more mild, and soon patches of grass began to emerge from the melting snow cover.
A slight dusting of lake effect snow a couple of days ago is all we’ve seen of the white stuff since then. I spent a few disappointing hours out in the light snow, catching only highly irregular crystals and the broken arms of dendrites.
Here’s the one and only whole crystal I managed to photograph – it’s a start!
If you are interested in snow and ice photography, you might want to hop over to storyofsnow.com and check out Jon Nelson’s article about photographing ice thorugh cross polarizers.
This is very cool. Any chance on getting you to expand a little on what equipment and techniques you used to actually take this?