Today I woke up to a bright sunshine, but because I've been lazy, I only got out an hour before sunset. If you are familiar with life in the north, you'll know that the time between sunrise and sunset is only a few hours, so it's not like I spend the whole day inside, just the majority of the rare sunshine hours.
When I finally got out with my camera, the wind was picking up the fluffy snow from the grown and carrying it up in swirls. When you look towards the low sun through the snow, it looks like someone is throwing glitter from somewhere above. I'm a magpie and that is my favourite weather condition to look at.
I only had a few opportunities to get that kind of pictures before the clouds pushed the sun down the horizon. As soon as the sun was gone, the wind picked up more speed and it started to snow. Now it's been on and off snowstorm and that is probably going to last all throughout the night. I'm all cozy inside with books, knitting project and binge watching Netflix. Nightlife what?
Shot with the Nikon D7200 and Sigma 50-100mm f/1.8.