Winter is almost over here in Pa but it's not letting loose very easily. The question is if you are an outdoors shooter did you get any photos? I have to say I didn't get many. Not that I didn't go out I just didn't get what I wanted accomplished. I try to have a list in my head of weather events where to go and what to shoot. Whether rain, sun or snow things will have a different look or challenge. I saw a photo done local in the Harrisburg area of the fake statue of liberty placed on a bridge pier in the middle of the Susquehanna River. Sounds easy. There isn't many vantage points and the main one is along a very busy corridor with no parking except along the road with just enough of room to get off the main road. First thing I found was you can't do it at rush hour especially when it's below 10 degrees. Not safe. Preoccupied drivers you know. The cold was a problem. The trucks make it chilled factor of less than 10 minutes. The wind off the convoys was like being in a storm. Lens vibration made me wait till there was no traffic which didn't last long. So wait till the weekend sounds like a plan. When you wait for a specific day the weather will always have to change those plans. You really need some sun to make it work and this shot you want morning sun. A few years ago I would have just taken a photo and done. Now I try to make images. This Statue really presented me many trips back for another try. I got there too soon or too late. The sunrise has to clear a knob so sunrise isn't really sunrise on the subject. I tried the evening but the sun sets on the arm side and the shadows wasn't what I wanted. I still haven't got the shot I wanted but I am not done trying.