One of the more interesting things (to me) about this series of photos is that I rarely remembered to look at the LCD screen after taking them. It’s pretty much a first occurrence for me that I didn’t feel the need to double check my settings. It was almost like shooting with film again. I remember the catch I would always feel knowing I had a great shot in the camera…if it only turned out. In the last year, I’ve spent a lot of time looking the shots over in the LCD to make sure I had the adjustments right. This time, for the first time, I had an inner confidence that I didn’t need to double check. I knew I’d taken the shot I’d meant to. There have been a lot of days in the last year when I was sure I’d never reach this place. This is all the more interesting to me because snow pictures have traditionally given me a lot of trouble when figuring out what to meter and so on.