Snow in April is a rare thing in southern Indiana.
The snow cover was very light and didn’t stay long on the warm ground.
But the trees were decorated with lots of tiny white accents from snow flakes and water droplets, creating an unusual winter landscape.
Instead of the typically harsh winter sun, everything was bathed in ambient light.
The pictures were all taken with the Lensbaby Velvet 85, fully open at 1.8. The stopped down images I took also look gorgeous, but have an entirely different, less surreal character.
More snow is predicted for Friday night. I can’t wait.