White Out

Joanne  Bradley

Deux-Montagnes, Quebec, Canada

Artist's Description

A North American expression used to describe a snow condition where visibility is so poor we cannot see anything beyond a short distance.
Totally appropriate today during a snowstorm…
I was only outside the car about 10 minutes to get a few shots, but by then my hands had turned into blocks of ice and were tingling. The wind was brutally cold. Needless to say after a few important errands we retired to the comfort of our warm home and did not venture out again.
A lovely area in other seasons, this bench is on a small hill overlooking the Lake of Two Mountains, the distant shore, and the neighboring town of St-Eustache, Quebec CANADA

Nikon D40, Nikkor 18-55mm lens

Featured in the Benches group, December 21st 2008
Featured in the ImageWriting Group December 24th 2008
The Fine Art of Photography

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