Snow! #MySundayPhoto 1/2/15

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snow, #mysundayphoto
This picture was taken on Thursday evening when it briefly snowed. I called both my daughters to watch it falling from the back door.

They were both so excited there was only one thing to do; tell them to put boots and coats on and run out to play in it. I hardly need to tell you that it took all of three seconds until they were both covered in a muddy-slush.

This pic of Elizabeth was hurridely taken in smart mode. Flakes were falling on her face and she was so happy to be in the snow I thought it would make a good picture (she was running round very excitedly so there was no chance of me playing with the camera’s manual settings).

For the technical junkies; shutter speed was 1/10, aperture f3.5 and ISO 1600. It’s also been put through a sepia filter.

Shameless plug klaxon! While I have your attention, I’ve written a book about being a stay at home dad and dad blogger called ‘A modern father (…and dad blogger)’. It’s available in Kindle and paperback formats from Amazon. For a limited time only you can grab the Kindle version for 99p. More info here.

I’ve linked this post to two linkies; the #MySundayPhoto linky hosted by the Onedad3girls.com blog and the #CountryKids lnly hosted by CoombeMill.com. Click on the badges below to visit the linkies.

Country Kids from Coombe Mill Family Farm Holidays Cornwall

19 thoughts on “Snow! #MySundayPhoto 1/2/15”

  1. Lovely photo. I love that effect you use, always reminds me of a nice memory from the past. Well done on your book. I’ll definitely buy!

  2. You plug away for your new launch, I’m impressed by anyone who can write a book. Lovely photo in smart mode, though the parent in me quite wants to see the muddy slushy ones too! Those look like big flakes falling, I’ve yet to see any in Cornwall. thank you for joining me for Country Kids.

  3. Yay, Snow!! The effect used manages to capture the flurry of flakes falling beautifully & I love her expression
    I hope you managed to enjoy the snow – ours fell so briefly it was gone before we’d managed to get outside!

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