Yes, there are still bits of red and white available to photograph–both inside and out. The days between Christmas and New Year are often placed on the “use ’em or loose ’em” list so, depending on the temperature and amount of snow, places can be over-run with folks who are buying or exchanging things. It’s a good idea to take only one lens when you’re out with your camera during this week since there’s often limited time to set camera controls. Seasonal colors may still be found in rather unexpected places. Like this hotel lobby. I’ll post fireworks tips later in the week so those of you going out on New Year’s Eve can get great shots.
HELP: Please remember to tell your friends about the Beginning Digital Photo Class that begins Friday, January 5th at 9 am on Zoom. To register, visit www.chicagobotanic.org/adult ed and scroll down to photography.