Aftermath of 50cm of snow in 18hrs

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  1. Lowa2

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    On the East coast of Canada, we recently had a massive winter storm. I couldn't get out of my house, so had to partially dig myself out!

    Anyways, today I took a picture of the lamps on my garage. Let me know what you think.

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    Cheers.

    Charles
     
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    Brrr! I'm glad we don't get that kind of snow here. They are both very interesting shots. It took me awhile to figure otu what #1 was even with your explanation. Looks more like the entrance of a cave from the inside. I think out of the two I like #2 the best. I can't decide if I like or dislike the light being blown. Love the texture on the wall though.
     
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    the texture on the wall in #2 is super! Great picture!
     
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    I love #2, also. We got some snow here today in Pittsburgh, but not nearly as much as you. I'd estimate our snowfall at about 4 inches.
     
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    thank you very much for the kind words ;-) Are there any tricks of the trade I can do to reduce the light being blown out? I usually reduced the appeture size, and increase the exposure time, and it seems to work pretty well.

    Any other ideas?
     
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    #2 is very interesting, I love the textures.

    I thought it was cold today when I got up, 67F, but I guess I can't complain...lol I wish I lived in Canada...much about my country disgust me at this point. But that is for another topic/day.
     
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    Try some light flash?
     
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    i really like #1, nice job
     

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