Ice storms and shooting at 1 am … again

I must have a thing for night time photography when I don’t even think twice about heading out at the wee hours of the morning to take pictures.

I was getting ready for bed and looked out my bathroom window to the back yard and saw a light from the building behind me shining though my trees that were covered in ice from an winter ice storm.

Walking around was pretty hazardous since there was at least a centimeter tick layer of ice on the snow.

I’m glad I went out though because the pictures are STUNNING.

 

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

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Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

Quebec Ice storm dec 2014

 

Rural Photography in the Eastern Townships

Nina Haigh Photography  Nina Haigh Photography

Nina Haigh Photography

Nina Haigh Photography

Nina Haigh Photography

Nina Haigh Photography

Nina Haigh Photography  I went for a drive over the mountain roads in the Eastern townships a few days ago. It was a beautiful sunny day and I couldn’t resist stopping to take pictures.

Rolling hills, farms and animals were the highlights of my photography that day.

I even made friends with a small herd of Belgian horses. They were at the far end of a field and I nickered to get at least one of them to look up while I took a photo.

Well they did look up, and then decided to come greet me by the fence. I spent a good few minutes introducing myself to the various horses and gave them each in turn a scratch and pet.

It was a good afternoon 🙂Nina Haigh Photography

Nina Haigh Photography