In Madison, we’ve had close to three weeks of sunless sky. Add in the long hours of darkness, and my psyche is really hungry for some sunshine. As a remedy, I decided to post evidence of the star our planet circles, from an earlier and brighter day.
Thankfully, at least the amount of daylight starts to increase tomorrow. Happy solstice everyone.
I had planned on trying to shoot the Geminid meteor shower last night. The view of the Capitol in the fog wasn’t a bad alternative.
Barbra invited me and Dad to Minneapolis for Thanksgiving. Of course we had to take a few photos.
The morning after Madison’s first inch or so of significant snow, a few colorful leaves can still be found.