We had a lot of snow this winter, so I had numerous chances to get out in the falling snow and try getting different looks as the snow fell, but with limited depth of field and a high shutter speed in order to freeze the snow itself, rather than the background.
I developed a roll shot with my Leitz-Minolta CL and M-Rokkor 40mm/f2 lens. Film is Tri-X, developed in Rodinal 1+100 semi-stand. Two gentle inversions at the start, again at 20 and 40 mins, 1 hour total developing time. This technique (at least in my experience) seems to result in cobble-stone sized grain with Tri-X. I think for next winter and shots like this, I will try using a different developer, maybe DD-X or Perceptol. It is hard to get smooth grain though when shutter speeds need to be high, esp when it is snowing and light is often quite subdued. Still, a few of these turned out pretty good and it is a fun experiment, and an excuse to get out of the house and run around in the falling snow. Not that I really need an excuse.
I cropped each of these a little, but otherwise they are as the scanner scanned them. The shovel one turned out best IMO.