Watertown and Boston, MA 020514 Once more we were hit by a bit of snow and the city came to a stand still. People stayed home and telecommuted for work. However, I enjoy walking around when there is snow on the ground and to let my creativity soar. A lot of times this is easily be achieved by gaining a high-vantage view point. The image of the lonely road and the winter landscape was shot right next to my place on the rooftop of a parking garage structure. The image of Post Office Square where there are some people tossing about snow balls was shot from the 23rd floor of an office building where a friend of mine works. And while on my way back to the car I noticed the bright red roses and rose petals in a window display. So I decided to incorporate both into one image by looking at the reflection of passers by and by waiting for the right person to walk by. Serendipity once more smiled at me and the young woman walking was carrying in her hands a cup of coffee. Because of this her hands were up in front of her, which matched perfectly with ta set of roses inside the flower shop. Tech stuff: Nikon D4 and Nikon D3s. ISO 800. Speeds 1/125th to 1/800th of a second. Lenses 70-200mm 2.8 and a 24-70mm 2.8. WB: Cloudy. Compensation: 1 1/3rd of a stop. Mode: First Aperture priority to get my base line readings and then switched to Manual to better control exposure.