It's been unusually cold in my neck of the woods for over a week now. When I look out my window, all I see is cold. I don't see the grass or the sky or the birds, just cold. So I started thinking, how can I capture the cold in a picture? So I put on my boots & coat, threw my camera bag over my shoulder and set off out my back door to capture the cold. Lucky for me, my neighbors have a lot of junk. Which includes this rusty old truck. What do you think? Can you feel the cold coming through?
Technical Notes: Nikon D70, Nikkor 55-200, ISO 400, f/5.6, 1/20, Preset applied in Aperture 3 called Hammer Film. As a side note, I don't really like this lens. It was cheap and had decent reviews. But in the end it's soft and I usually end up unhappy with the results. But today was an exception. And besides I needed it's range to spy on my neighbors stuff:)