The sun is starting to make appearances more often, but the last few days have been below zero degrees Fahrenheit. It’s hard to not be a little optimistic that warmth will soon return when the ice around me begins to melt away. My optimism was somewhat squelched by the subzero days that followed, but this week promises we will see temperatures rise above 30 degrees soon, even if it’s temporary it will be a ray of warmth in an otherwise very cold winter.
I’ve had an excellent conclusion to 2013, and it just so happens that I have the pictures to prove it.
Our post-Hannukah family travel schedule was altered a bit when road conditions and a need for new tires changed our plans a little — the false start became a full day of driving to the opposite side of the state to my father’s home in Orange City.
V. Opoku has an excellent write-up on the use of the optical viewfinder (OVF) on the X-Pro1 and X100s that will answer any questions you have on using the OVF effectively. It is aptly titled: Fujifilm OVF Focusing.
It has rightly earned a place at the top of the list on my Fujifilm X100s Resource Page.
It’s getting cozy out there. Someone set us up the yarn bomb!
Truly a glorious day in the Iowa City PedMall – the trees have been knitted their cozys for the arriving winter months!
I have about 18 more to share that will end up being a final gallery on my photo blog, but wanted to give a sneak preview of what it’s like out there.
It looks gooooood.