|Posted by northof44products on December 18, 2011 at 3:35 AM|
When I use to live in Grey County, Ontario, Canada we would have often had our first half dozen snowfalls by now. Even the year I remember having a green Christmas it still had snowed multiple times before that. Not just small amounts either, one snowfall was over a foot deep, it just happened to melt before December 25th. This year has been different though, it is the longest amount of time I have ever had to wait to see a real good amount of snow. Place's to our south well into the states have had heavy snow's so far, but not us. One night I thought we were going to have at least 8-12cm's of snow but it turned back into rain before it had a chance to fully cover the grass. I think one of the reason's I have been noticing it this year so much is because I've been really excited for the snow to come. I have so many photography ideas that I have planned but can't do because of the lack of snow. So I have decided I will do photography of what is being offered to me right now and eventually that heavy snow that I am eagerly waiting for will come.
Fonthill, Ontario, Canada on December 17, 2011
Photographs like this one are what I am having a hard time waiting for.
This is the type of snow in some of my collector's edition prints. They'll be featured on the www.davidtchapman.com site that I come out with late this summer.
It looks like we had a little bit of snow tonight so I will be heading towards Swayze Falls and into the Fonthill area again. I have some real nice planned shots in mind after being there yesterday.