I have to temporarily interrupt Robilyn & Darell’s blog updates to share a little bit of what I did yesterday… Yesterday, I shot for myself =D  As a photographer, sometimes you just gotta go out there and shoot… anything and anywhere… so I picked up my camera and had a photo drive (usually called a photo ‘walk’) but in the midst of winter, I persuaded Andy to drive me around our neighborhood… It was so beautiful after the snowfall we had overnight from Sunday to Monday.  I was so inspired to get the shots because I knew that the beauty wouldn’t last too long… So with frozen fingers and toes, I shot these images for my winter 2010 collections…   Photographer’s note:  All images shot w/ my Nikon D3 and Nikor 85mm f1.4.  Yup, I’m a Nikon girl, and darn proud of it!

I wasn’t as lucky last year with the newly fallen snow look.  But if you want to check out images from last winter, click here.

’til next time… Michele =)

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  1. foster garvin says:

    Michele, great stuff here, I really like the subjects you select and how you capture them. We gotta get you a nickname :>) Very nice work!

  2. Katy Gray says:

    Love the mailbox shot! And the berries are just beautiful, love that subdued red.

  3. Hudson Valley Wedding Photographer says:

    Beautiful images! Thank you for sharing.

  4. Thank you for the comments everyone! Shooting for myself always relaxes me and it just brings me back to the whole reason why I picked up a camera in the first place… I’m truly passionate about photography!

  5. did you copy and paste this from a national geographic site? j/k….name me a time you did a bad job on your photos???? think really hard!!!! that’s what i thought!!!! NICE JOB again!!!

  6. Great pictures! The weather people on NBC (Ginger Zee and Brant Miller) are always looking for pictures to show on the 10pm news…CRY has already had one picture on :)

  7. These images are beautiful, and that opening image with the horse rocks. I am so glad to hear that other photogs go out and shoot for themselves. Kudos to you. And GO NIKON!

  8. Those are beautiful shots. I have always loved taking pictures of the snow. I wished it wasn’t so dang cold. You do wonderful work.

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