It has been a strange winter here in Chicago. After so-called experts predicted Chicago would have one of the worst winters on record, the mercury has barely dropped below freezing as we pass mid-January, and we’ve received exactly one measurable snowfall…of about four inches. That snowfall promptly melted, as temperatures then climbed into the forties, and we received two-days worth of rain immediately afterward. Today, we are receiving our second measurable snowfall of the season, of which we are projected to get about six-inches.
So on my ride home, I took the opportunity to shoot some photos of the weather, snowfall, and traffic with Hipstamatic for iPhone. My favorite turned out to be the black-and-white photo above, of my snowy commute as I follow another car down the road. For more photos, hit the jump to see a small gallery.
All photographs taken with Hipstamatic.