Iced Light in the Polar Vortex Night

January 27, 2014

Iced Light in Polar Vortex Night @ -20 °C (-4 °F)

Iced Light in Polar Vortex Night @ -20 °C (-4 °F), photo by C.T.Yeh

Here in Traverse City,  schools are closed for (I think) the 5th time since January 1st. With 4 degree temps and the wind howling at 20-30 mph, our wind chill is near 20 below. The temps across Michigan show much the same with few places in the Lower Peninsula above single digits and most of the Upper Peninsula below zero. Marquette takes the (frozen) cake with -10 before any windchill is calculated.

What big teeth you have, Winter 2014.

Check Jimmy’s photo out background bigtacular and see more in his Nature slideshow.

There’s more winter wallpaper on Michigan in Pictures, but nobody’s going to blame you if you try on something a little more summery!

4 Responses to “Iced Light in the Polar Vortex Night”

  1. Karen I. Webb Says:

    Can you help me? I don’t understand what I’m looking at?!!! Karen in Reed City Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 11:34:04 +0000 To:


  2. farlane Says:

    I believe it’s a photo of a light and its reflection taken through an icy window, Karen.


  3. This is a beautiful picture, it really captures the otherwordly nature of winter sometimes. Keep up the good work


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