It started snowing about 4 yesterday. Big, gloppy flakes that stuck.
One of my favorite things about snow is how it looks at night under the streetlights. So I thought I’d take a picture to show you what I love.
I wasn’t totally committed to the idea.
For instance, I didn’t want to go outside to take the picture. I wanted to take it from the inside of the glass storm door.
I took about six pictures at various settings. For most of them, the exposure time was so long, I had to turn the camera off to get the shutter to close. This is a good sign that things aren’t going well.
You can kind of see how nice it is at night when it snows, anyway.
I don’t know what that twisty line of light is in the upper right. But I have a theory.
The exposure time was SO long, I actually caught some of my mental activity on camera. You know how you can set a camera up in a dark haunted house on a really long exposure and take pictures of ghosts? Same principle.
It looks like the way I think. A shot in the dark that gets kind of twisted up and then peters out altogether.