There will, naturally, be far more to come, especially if I find a camera that is designed for
temperatures below 40 degrees. That's positive forty Farenheit. At the time of this writing we've already
seen nighttime temperatures drop below zero, so I suspect that Midwinter temperatures are going to be low
this winter. The snow is already building up. "Woo hoo?", you ask. Maybe. The hiking during such a winter
is certainly not very comfortable, but it is picturesque, especially when the icepacks start to
build up on the Lake, steam rising around them. A winter without ice and snow is still uncomfortably cold
in Chicago, without the redeeming feature of offering sights seen in no other season. We had a string of
such winters, but this one promises to be far more interesting.
The question arises, how to record the interest, as the severe cold can destroy cameras. Maybe this is the year to
play around with pinhole photography? Time to do some reading.
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