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watching paint dry

Our ‘mega-storm’ turned out to be a mega-bust.  Here’s the final shot from the GoPro when I got up in the morning.  It show 4″ (10cm) of snow and the yardstick was 2″ deep when I started the time-lapse.  Maybe next time.

That’s Henry the snow man in the background.  I built him after Saturday’s snow thinking he’d be around for a while, but he couldn’t handle the pressure and lost his head.

no showGoPro HERO3+ Silver Edition (2.77mm, f/2.8, 1/13 sec, ISO400)


While roaming around Bucks County looking for ice art, I came across these fungi growing on a fallen tree.  What surprised me the most are the colors in the background.  While it might look like a macro shot, it was actually taken at 70mm and cropped a bit.

fungiSONY ILCE-6000 (70mm, f/4, 1/125 sec, ISO250)

should be an interesting night

We are on the border between 8-10″and 10-14″.  I have the GoPro setup for a time lapse.



snow boo

I took Bella for a walk in the snow yesterday, she enjoyed it very much. For those who might not know Bella, she’s a toy schnauzer and weighs all of 10 pounds (about 4.5 kilos). Our nickname for her is “Bella Boo” or sometimes just “Boo”.

snow booSONY ILCE-6000 (16mm, f/8, 1/125 sec, ISO160)

ice man cometh

The hills around Tohickon Valley Park have constant flows of water, which normally go unnoticed.  When we get a prolonged period of cold weather, they mysteriously appear out of the woods.

ice manSONY ILCE-6000 (30mm, f/6.3, 1/60 sec, ISO100)


I like this one, it looks like one of my long-exposure waterfall photos, only this isn’t long exposure!   It looks like some sort of ice monster.

ice manSONY ILCE-6000 (30mm, f/6.3, 1/100 sec, ISO100)