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A carpet of snow by Anthony Hedger Photography

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I went out yesterday to brave the elements (a small drop of snow – hell no – a lot of snow) and took this lovely snowy pathway into the woods. You may remember the other shot I had of it called; The Pathway? Same place different season.

I originally took the new shot in RAW then tweaked it a little in Photoshop Elements 7 to create it to black & white and saved as a jpeg file, I hope you like it and thank you for looking.

The shot was taken in Forty Hall Woods, Enfield in England.

The Pathway

NIKON D60 DSLR
RAW
F-stop f/18
Exposure time 1/100 sec
ISO speed 1600
Focal length 24 mm on an 18 – 55 mm Nikon lens.
Manual Priority

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©Anthony Hedger Photography 2010

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anthony, bandw, carpet, enfield, hedger, lands, snow, tony, white

*It’s NOT the camera which makes a photographer good, it’s only the photographer.

The same applies when; buying a Nikon doesn’t make you a photographer, it makes you a Nikon owner.

Our creative juices flow and we capture the moment.

I hope you like the work I have captured and thank you so much for looking today.

Tony

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Comments

  • Cadence Gamache
    Cadence Gamacheover 4 years ago

    I loved the original and I love this one with the snow! Paths make such great subject matter, don’t they? I think it’s really cool how you’ve shown us this same spot throughout the different seasons… Maybe a springtime one is next??? =D

  • Hey Candice, it is great to see you again my friend I hope you are doing well? I want to thank you so much for an amazing comment – it was good of you to take the time. So, I better create a springtime shot now eh as you say just to carry on with the seasons.

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • Cadence Gamache
    Cadence Gamacheover 4 years ago

    You better =P

  • LOL, and oh, S**t sorry I spelt your name wrong x

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 4 years ago

    Black and white works well with the snow!!! :D

  • Hey Cee thank you so much for your wonderful comment

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • CeePhotoArt
    CeePhotoArtover 4 years ago


    Your cohosts,
    Cee and Chris

  • thank you Cee

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • choodie
    choodieover 4 years ago

    Anthony this is an beautiful photo. I love it in black and white too. it give a bit of an old world stopped in time feel . A fav

  • Thank you for your lovely comment my friend C

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • Bunny Clarke
    Bunny Clarkeover 4 years ago

    Brrrrr! Looks way to cold for this hot house pansy. :o) Great capture.

  • Hey Bunny, thank you for your wonderful comment – pansy – lol

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 4 years ago

    Can I lend you my snow shovel Tony? :o)))))
    xoxoxo

  • LOL if it gets any worse over here I may need to borrow it honey.
    thank you for your comment Rose xx

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • PSL1
    PSL1over 4 years ago

    Great depth and detail in this photo Anthony . I like both versions….There is that mystical something on the other side of the path.
    Great work my friend. – Peter

  • Thank you for your kind comment Peter it is good rto see you

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • DonDavisUK
    DonDavisUKover 4 years ago

    Thank you Tony for contributing this amazing artwork to DSLR Users Group Excellent B&W work mate. Don.

  • Thank you for your great comment Don

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

  • Di Jenkins
    Di Jenkinsover 4 years ago

    wonderful shot – hope you’re keeping warm during your “little” shower of snow!

  • LOL I am doing my best Di, thank you for dropping by and for your comment

    – Anthony Hedger Photography

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