In Fargo, ND, there's a museum with preserved building from the late 19th century. Not surprisingly, it's closed in the winter. But I wanted some photos anyway, so I shot these through a locked fence, while a police officer sat in his cozy warm car keeping an eye on me (and me on him!) I'll go back to the museum again in the summer, because there's much more to see, but this is one photo of a street, and then I cropped it in to one of the stores. This was shot in manual mode, RAW, with my 18-135 mm lens, at 52mm, f/13, ss: 1/250; ISO: 200.
I slightly adjusted the exposure, defogged, and framed.
Thank you everyone, for all the nice comments on my photos. I'm enjoying this POTD much more than I ever thought possible, and it's definitely taking the edge off winter for me. Its prompting me to look around and see more of what is all around, and I just love hearing about the variety of lives and circumstances of everyone who particpates and comments! I count you all as part of my circle of friends in this crazy adventure called "life"!