As the seasons change as does the landscape. The sun has been coming and going a lot these days and I found myself driving around the other day when I spotted some misty clouds rolling over a hilltop. I thought I’d better see if I could get up there and get a picture. After a little bit of exploring I decided the view back toward the lake was more interesting. The landscape looks so different with a bit of snow and clouds hanging overtop. I don’t dislike it, it’s peaceful. I think I’ll get up to this spot again, maybe on a clear evening to see what is like with all the lights behind the orchards.
Shot with a Sony a7R & Minolta 50mm f/1.2
Thanks for stopping by, Rob
Rob–I anxiously await your book: Postcards from Canada. I want an autographed copy, please! 😀 This is beautiful.
Thank you so much! Actually I have been thinking about a book lately. If I ever get around to it I will definitely send you one 😉
Yay!!! You really should do a book….and send me one. 🙂
Will do! 😉
You captured the beauty of the quiet, grey winter.
Thanks buddy. The weather is so day to day here lately. One day it’s sunny and the next it’s like this. Sadly the snow isn’t sticking around though. I am trying to make a backyard ice rink, but the lack of coldness is preventing that. Hopefully the temperature dips bellow freezing and stays there for a while soon.
Sounds similar to Chicago weather. We’re entering a warming trend next week. Temperatures near or just above 40°. Unusual for this time of the year. But there’s lots more winter left! 🙂
Ya true! I think the temp is gonna drop here next week to bellow freezing so hopefully it’ll stay that way for a bit.