These photos were mostly taken in Les Gets, France, in february 2006 using a digital SLR (single lens reflex) Canon EOS 350D (also known as the Canon Digital Rebel XT) with a circular polar filter from Kaiser. Click on the images for a larger image.
Note that the focal lengths with each photo are related to 35mm photography. The Canon EOS 350D for example has a crop factor of 1.6, meaning its sensor is 1.6 as small as a full size 35mm sensor. This means that if you have a lens with a focal length of 300 mm, the effective focal length on a 1.6x sensor is actually 300 x 1.6 = 480 mm. The effect is more zoom, so with a relatively cheap zoom lens you can actually zoom in more than you could with a full size sensor camera.
(c) 2006-2011 Dolphinity B.V. / Ruud van Gaal