You are looking at the night after the first snowfall of the season. The sky was ridiculously clear and the moon was wonderfully bright. Unfortunately, there were no clouds though, which always add a nice touch of drama on the long exposures required for night photography. Fortunately, because it wass so bright, I didn’t have to do any shots that were longer than 30 seconds.
It was so so so cold last night, but I just had to get out there because of the full moon. Seriously, it was so cold that I could only get off 11 night shots before my battery died. I think it froze up and just decided that it was done. In all reality I was pretty well prepared so I wasn’t too cold—except for my toes. At first I wasn’t sure if it was a good idea or not when I trudged through some fields and huge snow drifts with only my tennis shoes. But, I think it was worth it because I got some sweet shots that I will be posting over the next few days. Hopefully if the weather is right, I will find some more time tomorrow night to go galavanting across the countryside, scoping out sweet photos. Except next time I will wear my winter boots.
I just wish my camera had a GPS unit on it and recorded GPS data straight into the EXIF data on the photo. That would be cool.