Snowflakes …

A few weeks ago, my son took a photo of a snowflake on a cast iron skillet.  I didn’t ask if he had chilled the skillet before hand, but thought maybe that would help if I had a chance to try it … so one of my cast iron skillets had been in the freezer for a week or so.  We had snow showers most of the day today and I happened to be working from home.  When I walked into the kitchen to heat up some soup for my lunch, I noticed that the snow had picked up a bit.  Once I had my soup in the microwave, I grabbed my skillet and my camera and headed out to the deck.  For the next 15 minutes or so I attempted to photograph the snowflakes that landed in the skillet.  I also had to reheat my soup and eat it quickly so I could get back to work.

Nikon D7100, 105 mm, 1/50 sec @ f / 11, ISO 200
Nikon D7100, 105 mm, 1/50 sec @ f / 11, ISO 200
Nikon D7100, 105 mm, 1/50 sec @ f / 16, ISO 200
Nikon D7100, 105 mm, 1/50 sec @ f / 16, ISO 200
Nikon D7100, 105 mm, 1/50 sec @ f / 11, ISO 200
Nikon D7100, 105 mm, 1/50 sec @ f / 11, ISO 200

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