Yesterday we received our first snow of the year. About 2 inches lay on the ground in the morning, but melted quickly when the sun rose. Later that day, I found myself scrolling through images from past winters. Often I will look back at past images to see what I have photographed and how I might improve upon what I have already captured. Sometimes it can be as simple as trying out a different Photoshop plugin. I always liked the above image, captured during a snow flurry, of this old truck that sits in a junkyard near Parry Sound, Ontario. I liked the colourful storage crates in the background and how snow from past storms was clinging to the body. Today I was using Topaz Adjust and created the above effect by selecting the “Detailed” preset and then fine tuning the results with the adjustment sliders.