As a wintry drear settles over the Midwest, we naturally lament the summer days when we could shed layers and bask in a warm wealth of sunlight.
However, some layers are better left unshed. Check out this waxing gibbous, spotted downtown in Lafayette, Indiana on a broiling summer afternoon:
Short days and lousy weather still got you down? Look closer. If that deep, dark, fetid chasm doesn't make you pine for sweaters and coats and a -30 wind chill, nothing will.
Photo courtesy of Jessica