I prefer to stay inside, in the warm.
Richard the picture man wrote:
With due respect sir, I do not find it funny. I am still going through my chemotherapy treatment. Soon it will be finished but in the meantime I will keep warm.
In the past I have worked outside in very excessive and cold conditions. But not at the moment. No matter how cold it was it was better than the treatment I am now having.-- hide signature --
Regards - Richard
Happy guy with a K5
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Richard, sorry to hear that this is the reason you're not going out to enjoy some winter photography, and not the weather. I do know how difficult chemo can be, and hope you get better soon. So many folk miss great opportunities to capture exceptional imagery because they won't venture outside with their cameras unless the sun is shining. That was the basis of my reply, and my assumption, sorry. Minus 40C windshill, 90Km/Hr blizzard with 40cm of snow in 24hr is what I call bad weather, everything else is fair game for photography
Wish you well,