since we're experiencing Antarctic-like temperatures in Burlington today, here's a little bit of photography/history fun for you.
the Antarctic Heritage Trust recently announced that they discovered almost two dozen 100-year-old photo negatives that appear to be relics from the 1914 - 1917 Ross Sea Party expedition. I think that the results are stunning, and it's fascinating to see what today's science and technology can recover from the past.
I'm not quite used to driving with snow tires or wearing my snow boots 24/7, but I think that today's constant snowfall made all the inconveniences of winter weather totally worth it.
much like everyone else in the continental US, I've been trudging through snowbanks and
catching rogue snowflakes in my eyes.
luckily, this weather is the perfect excuse to take a few shots before we venture out of the house for the night.
we made sure to stock up on spiced rum before the storm hit.
how have you been coping with the snow?