Frozen

Stuck in traffic during an epic snowstorm, I fired up Hipstamatic and shot this using the Tinto 1884 Lens. The film I selected was C-Type Plate Film. Got home and further tweaked in PhotoFX.

Marlo was in the backseat, insisting that the rain was snow. I started to disagree and then decided that I could either argue with a three year-old or drive safely in 6-8 inches of snow while more was falling. I chose the latter. I’ve never seen worse snowstorm traffic in Salt Lake City.

We are safe, but I’m not looking forward to the school run traffic.

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Affirmation: Slow down. Stick it in 4 dub and drive.

  • americanrecluse

    I love it. Especially that hint of sideways cold wet stuff.

    It’s supposed to be a blustery 53-ish today in Los Angeles. I’m not sure whether I appreciate the perspective. :)

  • Martha

    Wow, so evocative. I love this!

  • Hodges

    Luckily that guy has a Rolls Royce Silver Shadow.

  • Naomi Shadix

    I know nothing about Hipstamatic, but is it just me or do you have a kind of tilt-shift effect going on here? Pretty cool.

    • http://blurbomat.com/wordpress/ blurb

      Hipstamatic lets you pick a lens and film. These are simulations and in the above image, the lens/film combo has some funky blurs working, with a sharpened center area.

  • http://www.facebook.com/deb.gettinger Deb Gettinger

    That is a lovely shot. Thank you for doing what you do.

  • http://blurbomat.com/wordpress/ blurb

    Thanks, everybody.

  • http://twitter.com/MonicaBielanko The Girl Who

    That tree is so creepy with its outstretched fingers and hulking, blurry body that it very nearly looks like an evil character in a Disney movie.

  • http://twitter.com/Annkru AnnKru

    Love this. A little bright, a little color.