All photos taken while I was a passenger in a moving vehicle. Fun!
When shooting photos from a moving car it is best to aim in the direction you are going. If you shoot out a side window you need to focus rather far away, at fast speeds, to avoid blurring. But I noticed the tank too late to shoot out the front. I had to snap quick out the driver's side window, snapping in between Dennis and the steering wheel and passing cars - but I got it! Thought the tank looked really pretty in the snow! The "blurring" you do see is actually the falling snow.
Loved the starkness of tree branches against flying snow.
I had to say our plow guys are AWESOME! They keep it to where we can get around night and day. :)
The photos above were taken near Wisconsin Dells a few days before our big snow storm. The ones below are around the Plover/Stevens Point area during our big storm.
We were up before 6am the morning of our storm, out checking things out.
Flocked trees - pretty!
I-39 doesn't look bad.
This is Kohl's parking lot, facing Lowe's, that pile of snow is taller than cars - had to wait for that car to drive there so you could tell that. Amazing - yep still there. :)
The pile keeps getting bigger in front of Starbucks.
Starbucks is hiding behind the pile at the other end of Kohl's lot.
Think he got stuck? He's behind Lowe's, wonder if he's still there. . .
And in the field by WalMart you can see that they did not finish getting the snow fencing up. Oo
Just love snow on signs. :)