El Niño has given New Englanders a welcome respite from snow and cold this winter. But today we had our first real snow storm at least in Boston and it’s western suburbs. Still the signature of El Niño was there, in that it was a heavy wet slushy snow, the kind that sticks to every tree limb and power-line. So it was all pretty magical,
and the there was “the decisive moment” actually about ten minutes fo decisive moments. The sky was dense and dark when the sunset broke through from the west bathing the snowy treetops in a golden light. I have a few pictures to share with you from the decisive moment. Today I’ll start with Figure 1 that shows the historic center of Sudbury, Massachusetts.
Why do I live in New England? ’nuff said?
Canon T2i with EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens at 70 mm, ISO 800, Aperture Priority AE mode, 1/2000th sec at f/7.1 with -1 exposure compensation.