If I returned to the Keweenaw Peninsula to photograph this weekend, there would likely be no glass on this door showing at all, or for that matter, no door either. All will be completely buried in snow. We had an additional foot Wednesday and are expected to get the same this weekend. If I am going to photograph, it will either be studio work or landscape shots while snowshoeing. Just too much snow for architectural work here in later February. One positive point is that when we get over 200 inches of snow, the rivers roar during spring melt, and if you can keep yourself attached to solid ground, the photographic opportunities are incredible. The use of very slow film, or a moderate speed film and the addition of a neutral density filter will turn the raging waters into a serene and placid scene. The mist and froth from the incredible rage just adds more drama. Don’t get too close to the edge, as one slip and you are toast….
“Love is a better master than duty.”
― Albert Einstein