Friday, February 5, 2016

Just before dawn today a mist enshrouded the city and a light snow began to fall giving me this view of the top of the Empire State Building. I treated this image to my autochrome technique to create the colorful grain pattern. 

The snow continued through the early morning but was very light.  It did stick to the trees, and by mid-day the sun came out and melted the snow so water droplets glistened in the light and fell from the branches forming a shiny curtain with a city backdrop. This was the view from Madison Square Park. It lasted for about a half hour and was gone.

Both photos were taken with my Fuji X-T1 and the 18-135mm lens, which I keep attached and on the ready at all times. 

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