Going to give a talk on pinhole for the Fox Valley Photography Meet-up Group, I thought I ought to have a camera loaded with film along. Medium format was too much responsibility for this occasion, but maybe it could work with a 35mm Populist. Philly was up in the rotation.
This was just before the equinox. The meeting was at 6pm but I arrived a good bit early to set up and to maybe take a few pictures. It was almost sunset when I got to the Kaukana Public Library, in a restored early 20th century paper mill.
Right across the street is the lock channel of the Fox River, crossed by the Veterans' Memorial Lift Bridge. The locks were still frozen solid. This is also the location of the workshop I did in April for an adult dry run of the one that starts with middle school kids next week.