Please click on the pictures to see larger versions. As many of you know, the weather in Western Washington this week has been ridiculous. Snow, hail, sleet, freezing rain…you name it, we got it in buckets. While most people are trying to stay off the roads, I’m looking for places to visit for unique photo opportunities. One of my absolute favorite venues for snow photography in Seattle is Kubota Garden. After a particularly heavy snow fall, the red bridges look amazing and really “pop” against the white surrounding. Remember the exposure can be a little tricky in the snow. Usually, I overexpose the shot by 1 to 1 1/2 stops to ensure the white of the snow looks white and not gray. Here are a few images from today, I hope you enjoy.