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Focal Length: 24mm
Aperture: f/4
Shutter Speed: 1/640
ISO: 100
Format: FX (Full Frame)

Spring had just arrived and all the snow was melting everywhere. Not only did we have a colder than normal winter here in Wisconsin, but there was a lot of snow as well. Since I have lived here, usually there are some warmer days in the winter that allow some of the snow build-up to melt off during the winter, but this winter that did not happen. The result is that when spring arrived, there were large amounts of snow. This photo shows how quite a few fields looked after the melting of this snow.



16 thoughts on “Flooded

  1. Hey Justin, great shot as always! The blues are so vibrant, and they’re such a nice complement to the earthy tones in the post and land scattered throughout the background. Lots to digest visually in this shot.


    • Thanks Cybele! Take all the time you need as they won’t be going anywhere soon. I try to add a new photo daily so hope you are able to keep up. I also try to do an additional learning post once a week. I’ve kind of set that for Wednesdays. At first it was just any day I was able to get it done but find that some organization helps with keeping on track. I have more of a technical mindset so having structure always works best for me. So far I’ve got 200+ photos up. Throughout the rest of the summer I’ll be adding another 100+ photos. Happy viewing! 🙂


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