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settings for getting this photo, with the snowflakes in focus: exposure 1/8000 sec, Aperature f/1.8, focal length 85 mm, ISO Speed 400, then have something dark (the trees) in the background so the snowflakes will stand out, and manually focus on the snowflakes

“To appreciate the beauty of a snow flake, it is necessary to stand out in the cold.” ...photographer?

silent night. This describes how I feel every time it snows. Pure magic.

Florence sous la neige, Paris, Edouard Boubat

I want this bicycle to take to the farmers market and fill my basket up with flowers and veggies.

I'm going to do a snow session this year if it kills me! I love this look. stunning!

“Every piece of the universe, even the tiniest little snow crystal, matters somehow. I have a place in the pattern, and so do you.” T.A. Barron (born 1952); writer

Play in the snow: Build a snowman. Go ice skating. SLED! Make snow angels. Ski. If you're forced to live in a snowy climate, make the best of it. I don't like being cold, but the workout you get from playing in the snow generally tends to make the frosty feeling go away. Don't forget to have a nice, cozy blanket and super thick, homemade hot chocolate waiting for you when you get back in.