Photography and commentary from John Fujimagari

Seeing Snow



This was the view out of my window when I woke up one morning just outside of Banff, Alberta. The smooth expanse of the white stuff stretched out in all directions. As I examined the undulations, I started seeing a pattern on the surface of the snow.

The wind had blown the loose flakes away and left regular indentations that looked almost like wood grain.

Snow Forms

The snow had capped a juniper on our front lawn but the wind carved a depression around it.

Remains Of Summer

This is one of my favourites. I like the way the shadow gets quite dark in the background. The old flower stems curl around and form a rough heart with the shadows.

Have fun shooting in the snow!


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