Yesterday it started snowing right before I had to head to class. It doesn’t snow very often here and when it does it usually doesn’t stick, so just in case I took my camera with me. By the time I left the uni it had turned into a proper snowstorm! Unfortunately it was already past 4 which means it was getting dark, but I decided to walk through the botanics for some photos anyway. I used long shutter speeds so I could keep my ISO low, allowing me to brighten them a bit in lightroom afterwards. I love this beautiful city, and even more so in the snow! Shot in Glasgow, UK, with a Canon 600D and an 18-55mm lens.
Mercury and the Moon by Steve Brown Via Flickr: The 3% illuminated Moon rising on the morning of 29 September 2016. The planet Mercury can be seen to the left of the Moon. To the left of Mercury is the star Sigma Leonis.