Really, though, you people are driving me batty! You have so many things to share and so much to teach me and some days it's all I can do to get the laundry done.
For example, this morning I read my comments from yesterday's post and Veronica mentioned something about "silver birch" and I thought to myself: how romantical...I would certainly prefer to call the white birch chunk a silver birch chunk. Would you believe this led me on a search lasting over an hour? And just when I thought I had it all resolved, John came along and said, "I love working with yellow birch." Yellow birch?! Don't get me started! < *thud* >
Then, Lorrie, who is my twin in cameradom ever since she bought a new camera and started taking even more amazing photos than ever before and I copied her (That's right. I asked her what kind of camera she had and, when my Canon was in the shop being repaired for a month, I bought a camera like Lorrie's), shared her secret. [That sentence is a hot mess.]
This is really quite clever by half, if I do say so myself, because when I see an exceptionally beautiful photo (Who am I kidding? All of Lorrie's photos are exceptionally beautiful) I can ask her what was going on there.
*This* is what was going on there:
Ah ha! Bracketing! I knew it all along. (No, I confess I had forgotten, but I had tried it *here.*)
This was my subject corner more or less...
and these are the three consecutive pictures...
Which one would you choose as the best one?
Yes, in answer to your question...we are getting ready for the third weekend storm. The town was by to make room for more snow just this morning.
So two questions, maybe three:
1. Are you a low information photographer?
2. Does your camera have a BKT setting?
3. Did or will Storm Q affect you?