I’ve started to use a tripod for shots where I want or need a slow shutter speed.
This is one of the trial photos that I took at a small fountain a few blocks from our rental house in Gilbert. With the back-lighting provided by the late afternoon sun, the slow shutter speed turns the water spray into arcs of light, and the churned-up water into cotton candy.
Nicely seen and caught in pixels Isabel.
Reminds me of windblown snow in a flattened wheat field
Alison – Hah! I don’t care for most winter scenes and don’t take any photos that don’t speak of spring coming, but I’ll take another look. If I’m ever near snow again, that is . . .