“First Snow”


We got our first measurable snow of the year the other day, not much about 2 inches, but just enough to cover up a otherwise lifeless and uninteresting landscape and give it a little pop.

This is one of the many waterfalls that dot the landscape of the area I live in, and I thought a perfect match for a B&W conversion, hope you enjoy taking a look as much as I did in capturing this image.

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19 thoughts on ““First Snow”

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  2. Richard

    lol, We had you beat in So Cal then with the snow. ๐Ÿ™‚ I like how stark this scene is. were you in the water shooting this? looks like some slippery limestone there.

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  3. conchlife

    Snow? What is this snow you speak of? True enough, it got down to about 63 degrees yesterday morning and your youngest niece wanted to wear her mittens to school. Yes, her mother let her. See you soon and get please get rid of that white stuff before we leave our island.

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  4. Cindy

    this is beautiful Bernie.. a perfect scene 4 the conversion..nice!
    thanks 4 the comment at my blog too. am behind as usual.. you’ve been a super coach ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  5. truddle

    I love the B&W conversion of this photo – I need to get out there and hunt down some waterfalls of my own to shoot. You are such an inspiration Bernie, thank you!

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  6. armyman

    yes it’s me!!! nice work, is it clifty or other? My time here is quickly coming to an end. Let’s try to shoot some next week after xmas. give me a call or i’ll see you at the game saturday. later

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  7. Bernie Kasper Post author

    How you doing JT, this one is actually from the cut on top of highway 421, that little falls on the right going up the hill.

    I will see you Saturday afternoon ๐Ÿ™‚

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  8. davidlind

    Very nice. You have some great waterways in your area. And you know how to take advantage of them. This photo helps me to understand better why B and W photos are cool. I’m not sure I can explain it but I get it.

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  9. kml

    The black and white works well! If you want a few more inches of snow, I could send you the 11 inches we received last night – that’s on top of the 23 inches we already had. Enough already!

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  10. Photo Buffet

    Hey Bernie, I realized that I had not explored your b/w photos before. This one takes my breath away! I love the action going on in both the foreground and background–lots to see. Beautiful work.

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