Some years, we get a lot of snow in Raleigh. This was the first good snow I'd seen in a long, long time. It was so powdery that wind was blowing it in waves across the street. Of course I'd be out in it with my cameras. This was shot on 35mm Kodak BW400CN. Kodak has axed this line, but I've got a small stockpile of it, not counting a roll in a Canon EOS 650. I really liked the way the snow looked in these rolls, even though many shots didn't quite come out like I hoped. Anyway, we were shut down for around 2-3 weeks total this year. Because in North Carolina, snow = armageddon.
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