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John Hadden Photography

Photography of the Natural World

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February 2014

Reach

Queen Anne's lace
Queen Anne’s lace

Nikon D600, Nikon 50mm lens, ISO 50, f/2.2, 1/2000″ exposure

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The edge of the storm

Wind whips up the snow as a storm approaches
Wind whips up the snow as a storm approaches

Nikon D600, Nikon 24-120mm lens @ 24mm, ISO 400, f/16, 1/1250″ exposure.

 

Green Mountain High

Sparkling morning snow in a high mountain glade in the Green Mountains
Sparkling morning snow in a high mountain glade in the Green Mountains

My close friend, Eric Hanson (red dot upper right), guides me to the powdery goodness in high mountain glade “somewhere in the Green Mountains”.

Sony RX100 II, 10.4mm, ISO 160, f/11, 1/200″ exposure

Three standing

Sensitive fern seed pods in new fallen snow
Sensitive fern seed pods in new fallen snow

Nikon D600, Nikon 50mm lens, ISO 100, f/ 2, 1/4000″ exposure

Casting

A beech seedling pokes through fresh snow
A beech seedling pokes through fresh snow

Nikon D600, Nikon 24-120mm lens @ 95mm, ISO 400, f/13, 1/400″ exposure

Bluejay way

A bluejay perched in the hemlock above our feeder
A bluejay perched in the hemlock above our feeder

This is cross-posted from my East Street Weather Blog. Sorry for the repeat for those of you who subscribe to both!

Nikon D600, Sigma 120-400mm lens @ 400mm, ISO 1000, f/5.5, 1/400″ exposure

Snow angel

The imprint left by a chickadee
The imprint left by a chickadee

This is a repost from my East Street Weather Blog, so sorry for the double exposure to those of you who subscribe to both. I came across this while nordic skiing nearby. There were several impressions in the snow beneath a row of paper birch trees. The chickadees had been feeding on the seed.

Sony RX100 II, 25.32mm, ISO 160, f/4, 1/2000″ exposure

Terraced

Layers of terraced ice in a woodland depression
Layers of terraced ice in a woodland depression

The reality of this scene was a little difficult to shoot. The depression was probably 4-6″ deep, and the ice had formed progressive terraces in built-up layers. A thin, transparent layer of ice covered the whole thing, leaves, log and all. I shot a bit into the sun to capture some of the reflection off the surface ice.

Sony RX100 II, 10.4mm, ISO 160, f/10, 1/100″ exposure

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