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01/21/11 - I revisit the Cargil Pool grain elevator in the winter! It was cold.. so cold.

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It was 9 degrees, and the wind off of the lake had to be at least 30 miles per hour
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As I approached the building, people kept stopping to ask if I needed help
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But it was worth it for these pictures!
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The frozen wasteland that is Lake Erie in the winter
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This tree has had a rough life
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Frozen and cold
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This picture reminded me of the ones taken by the Huygens probe that landed on Titan..
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This picture was chosen by WBFO, our NPR station, as their Listener Photo of the Week!
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Getting closer..
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I really wanted to get a picture of the left side of the building with the sun behind it, but I couldn't get it
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What's this tiny building for?
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This building has seen better days
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I was tempted to go around the far side of the building, but it was just too damn cold
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I had to be careful not to fall on any of the ice that littered the area
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I don't know how these plants stay alive
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It's tough to see here, but there were these spooky tendrils of snow drifting off the lake
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Neat patterns in the snow
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The camera gets confused by all the bright snow, so you have to set the exposure a little high to get it right
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More drifting snow
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Can you feel the cold? I could
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Looking out over the beach
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More interesting snow patterns
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I was going to walk down to the pier, but I didn't get very far
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I was tempted to walk out onto the lake, but decided it wasn't worth it
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Endless drifting snow
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See you in a few months, Cargill Pool grain elevator!
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