Growing up in Vancouver, the winters were generally mild and white Christmases were a rare event. This year, however, was one of those rare winters where there was no shortage of snow. I thought I had escaped Calgary’s big snow dump, but all I ended up doing is landing in another pile of the white stuff. While my actives outdoors may be limited, photography, especially black and while film, gets a big boost with new and rare subjects outlined in white.
The area I am staying has beautiful cherry blossoms in the spring, and this winter, the bare branches serve as delicate shelves for all the glimmering crystals!
Shot on Kodak T-MAX 400 developed in Ilford Perceptol stock: