Pretty much sums up what I had to put up with while photographing the St. Joseph, Michigan lighthouse this evening. Snow squalls blew in frequently, driven by high winds off of Lake Michigan. My lens hood acted like a funnel, gathering the snow against the lens.
At times, the outer light was completely obstructed by the snow, and once or twice the dunes in the foreground were nearly invisible, covered by blowing snow.
Walking out to the outer light was the plan, but for obvious reasons, not really possible.
This is Spring?
Posted by Tom Gill at Thursday, March 21, 2013