Project 365 – Day 334: The first covering of snow

November 29 2012

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, we got our first proper sprinkling of snow. Not much, compared to what I’m sure mother nature has in store for the coming months, but it’s a sign winter is upon us.

I took a quick walk around Park La Fontaine this morning to grab a few winter shots.

Abandoned tea cup

Abandoned tea cup
ISO 250 – 155mm – f5.6 – 1350 sec

Benches in the snow
ISO 100 – 122mm – f8 1/125 sec

First snow on Parc la Fontaine
ISO 100 – 70mm – f8 – 1/125 sec

First snow on Parc la Fontaine
ISO 100 – 70mm – f6.7 – 1/180 sec

First snow on Parc la Fontaine
ISO 100 – 70mm – f6.7 – 1/125 sec

A curious squirrel
ISO 250 – 18mm – f5.6 – 1/180 sec

Dog walkers in Parc La Fontaine
ISO 250 – 112mm – f5.6 – 1/500 sec

To view images in gallery format, simply click on one of the images below.

Back December 12

I’m off for a flying visit to the UK tonight until the 11th December and so won’t likely be posting much in the next little while. I will certainly be keeping up the 365 project though, and will be posting a daily pic over on my Google + and Facebook pages. So if you get withdrawal symptoms or just want to see a little bit of England, feel free to follow me over on:

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If not, see you back here on December 12 with hopefully more snowy pics from Montreal and no doubt a summary post of some pics I took over in ole blighty🙂

– Martin

4 thoughts on “Project 365 – Day 334: The first covering of snow

  1. The Bearded Squirrel shot is great – I can’t believe you got a close-up! I also love the first shot of the row of benches with a lone cuppa standing against the cold…Remember the Alamo!

    We still have our bleeding air-conditioner on here in Texas but it is starting to cool down a bit. A White Christmas is a pipe dream down here. Thanks for sharing a bit of Christmassy Snow!

    FD

    • Thanks FD…I do enjoy the Canadian winter and hoping we get a lot more snow than last year which was quite poor in comparison to other years. Maybe in the near future you will be getting the white Christmas in Texas😉

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