Lens-Artists Challenge #137 – SOFT

[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever]

Per Leya/A-C:we invite you share images that feature a subject starting with the letter S.”

My last three posts have been (SOFT) snow related. Why stop now? Thus, I submit for your perusal, photo SNOW-TOS.

It doesn’t get softer than high up, in the background, on Copper Mountain:

…or softer than my all-time, most favorite, very very old, t-shirt:

Ok, snow sculptures are not very soft when finished, but they start as fresh fallen snow, gathered and packed into 10′ cubed forms, and then sculpted by clearing away everything that is not the final image:

Former soft snow dog, RIP, was softly booted for snow sculpture sightseeing (shades of ESSES!):

Here’s an appropriate SnowPhoto for Snow-Pho-tographers:

Finally, a bit of the dramatic:

There’s snow business like snow business. Snow flies on us. SOFT.

Stay safe, be well.

46 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #137 – SOFT

  1. Dear John,
    as snow and winter fans we really like your pictures. Snow is an ideal metaphor for SOFT. It starts soft, gets hard then to end soft again.
    Thanks for sharing.
    All the best
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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  2. Fantastic post, John 👏 My favourite has to be the T-shirt, I love topical ones; my wife got me a Camera Sutra one (different positions photographers get into for the perfect shot 😂) for my birthday 😃

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  3. John, those snow sculptures are amazing. The first one was a delightful
    surprise as I scrolled, but I loved the camera. I’m sorry about your sweet puppy. What adorable soft socks. 🙂

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