I shot this two weeks ago after the last snowfall. Since then it's been raining a lot and almost all of the snow has melted away.
Body: Canon EOS 550D Lens: Super Carenar MC ƒ=35mm 1:2.8 Aperture: ƒ/5.6 Exposure: 1/1600 s ISO: Dual-ISO 100+200
It's also one of the last photos I've shot with the Super Carenar MC f=35mm 1:2.8 lens before taking a breather and changing glass. This one is shot at f/5.6, but the light from the sun was so bright I erred to dial the exposure to a whopping 1600th second. Smaller aperture would've made it better. But shooting by hand it's pretty difficult to see through the screen (or the even the viewfinder) if I dial the lens aperture down, especially when shooting in blazing sunlight, and surrounded by snow.
Anyway, it looks like I might need to get myself some neutral density filters for next Winter. (I recall I had some lying around, but have a feeling they are of the wrong size for the adaptor I've got, or that the adaptor was the wrong size for my lenses, not sure. Need to check.) I could use them for other stuff too.
Oh, and btw. I'm also taking part in the 30 day 100 % power up challenge. Second post at it really, see how it works.
p.s. I've been kind of unmotivated as of late, so my posting frequency has taken a toll. Financially, I'm going bankrupt with my car keeping breaking down on me (this time I need to replace the turbo to a working unit, and diesel turbos cost an arm and a leg). Not much I can do to help the situation myself right now... Here's to hoping all will go well.