Night Shots in the Snow

The snow started around 2:00 pm on Friday afternoon. We went out for sushi and the streets of Richmond looked like someone had covered them in soft, white….fake snow. It was so gorgeous that it did not look real to me. At around 9:30 pm, I decided that I needed to go out and shoot some photos at Swan Lake, in Byrd Park. Once I lost all feeling in my fingers, I felt that it was time to go. On our way out, we saw a grey fox run across the snow towards Maymont Estate. Unfortunately, my fingers were too frozen to get a picture. These are the ones that I took away from the night. Enjoy!

ISO 400 30mm f/4.5 1/20

ISO 400 30mm f/4.5 1/20

ISO 400 39mm f/18 30sec

ISO 400 39mm f/18 30sec

ISO 400 39mm f/14 30sec

ISO 400 39mm f/14 30sec

Vanishing Mrs. HancockISO 400 24mm f/16 30sec

Vanishing Mrs. Hancock
ISO 400 24mm f/16 30sec

There I am!ISO 400 24mm f/16 30sec

There I am!
ISO 400 24mm f/16 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/14 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/14 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/18 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/18 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/14 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/14 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/14 30sec

ISO 400 24mm f/14 30sec

These shots are behind our house. Snow makes trash look pretty.

ISO 400 23mm f/22 20sec

ISO 400 23mm f/22 20sec

ISO 400 23mm f/10 5sec

ISO 400 23mm f/10 5sec

All Images © 2013 L.J. Hancock

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