65/365: It’s Snowing Icicles

When it snows while the temperature is below zero, it turns out the snow can look more like billions of miniature ice slivers than round snowflakes.

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When the wind blows those little icicles onto your lens and they melt, it turns out you get big blurry spots in the middle of your photo.

When you would rather swallow a hot coal than be cold and you’re taking a hand-held macro shot outside and the wind is blowing miniature icicles at you and the temperature is below zero, it turns out you can’t focus well enough get a clear shot anyway, so the big blurry melted icicles on your lens don’t really make that much difference.

Note to self: winter photography is not your thing.

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