Photography as Abstract – Lines, Shapes, and Snowy Texture
When I awoke yesterday, there was snow here in Santa Fe, no more than about two inches, but it was a strange snow for this area; it was wet snow instead of the dry snow that we usually get at this high of an altitude. Since the snow was wet, it adhered to everything and gave great texture, and I was just in heaven when I was out and about with my camera.
As always these days, my eye was searching for shapes and lines and textures, and I came to this wonderful blue-grey gate that had a topping of snow, and I shot this image. The red of the adobe wall behind it just gave the background a wonderful color that really offset the blue well.
Shot with my 35-70mm lens at f/2.8.
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