Winter in Laramie, WY brings temperatures cold enough to freeze LaBonte Park's lake, appropriately nicknamed "Stink Lake". In past years this lake was open for ice skating, but with increased temperatures this winter it has been advised not to play on the ice.
Ranked 7th in The Daily Beast's "America's 25 Coldest Cities", Laramie residents are used to shoveling snow in the spring (sometimes summer) and wearing down coats all season long. However this winter brings tamer temperatures which can most accurately be called "sweater weather".
Laramie is filled with local residents when students return home for winter break. The lack of snow this season is disappointing for skiers, snowboarders, and sledders, leaving residents wondering what to do on the weekdays.
Newbury Street, a Boston favorite for its shops, also boasts a variety of architecturally appealing town houses.
The Prudential Center may be a little behind in taking down their holiday decorations, but the massive golden stars that hang from the ceiling never undoubtedly catch the attention of people passing by.
The John Hancock building, one of the tallest in the Boston skyline, is clearly visible from the Boston Common.
Trinity Church, one of the most famous churches in Boston, reflects against the John Hancock on a bright January day.
Frog Pond, which is converted to an ice skating rink in the middle of the Boston Commons during the winter, attracts both children and adults alike. This sculpture is one of two frogs that watch over the pond.