There has been very little snow so far this season and I’m just fine with that. A couple of days ago, we had some snow-flurries and a bit of subsequent icing.
What was interesting was that the sun never entirely stopped shining. I wondered if we’d have a snow-bow, but we didn’t. I wonder if snow can cause the same kind of refraction that produces rainbows? I’ll have to look it up.
Snow flurries are much easier to photograph than heavy, serious snow. Serious snow, the stuff of blizzards, tends to come down thickly, but in tiny flakes that the camera’s lens does not easily catch. Flurries, though, are big, fat, and fluffy.
And, with my new Leica f1.4 25mm lens, I got some pretty snow falling pictures.