Jessie Estrella Photography
Winter Photography

A couple of weeks ago the girls and I set out to shoot the Spring in the snowy weather.  The idea was to get a shot of the waterfall in all four seasons.  There was not a soul out there and the snow was untouched except for a few animal tracks.  It was so quiet and peaceful.  You really have to take advantage of moments like that.  Although we had a few technical difficulties, I would say it was a success.  We had fun and made memories and that is what it was really about.  Here are a few of the shots from that day.

The road to good intentions.

The road to good intentions.

The trail untouched and silent.

The trail untouched and silent.

My Photo assistants.

My Photo assistants.

Ava was pulled in the sled the entire way.

Ava was pulled in the sled the entire way.

We are here!

We are here!

This is what we came for, the winter shot of this waterfall.  We hiked about a mile down to it.  I didn’t notice till we were there that Hannah grabbed the wrong tripod.  And it is impossible to take a photo with a slow shutter speed with no tripod.  But here is my best atempt.  It was now or never.

This is what we came for, the winter shot of this waterfall.  We hiked about a mile down to it.  I didn’t notice till we were there that Hannah grabbed the wrong tripod.  And it is impossible to take a photo with a slow shutter speed with no tripod.  But here is my best atempt.  It was now or never.

Yeah, Ava is done with this adventure.

Yeah, Ava is done with this adventure.

Sunset on the Big Piney river.

Sunset on the Big Piney river.

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