By chance I looked out the window of our house this morning at the mountains that rise on the west side of Scranton. There, on the peak closest to us, a dusting of snow served as a foil to all of the barren tree trunks on the summit, and, miraculously, had not yet melted from the power lines. I got a lucky break as the light broke through the clouds for a moment, giving it all a wonderful look, framing the part of the image most interesting to me.

Figure 1. Snow-dusted summit west of Scranton. Photo: author.

Nikon Z 7ii with 70-200 mm f/2.8 lens. 135 mm, f/8, ISO 200, 1/400 s. Edited in Luminar AI, which did miraculous work in removing my neighbor’s house from the bottom of the image.

Published by gsb03632

A college professor living in Scranton, PA

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