As my wife and I drive through Chatfield State Park to experience the new snow storm, this view of the river caught my eye as we crossed over a small bridge. We abruptly pull over and as I get out of the car, instantly feeling the price all who leave shelter in single digit weather pay. Though I could barely breath through my nose as the frigid air traveled through my nostrils, I focused on how I wanted to portray what I was experiencing without forcing anyone else into the cold. Since my hands were just too cold to set up my tripod, I balanced my camera on a guard rail to ensure sharpness (with the neck straps wrapped around my wrist of course). I took a deep breath, hit the shutter (on timer setting), and came away with this photo.