A street photographer finds the beauty in Chicago’s brutal winters | Art Feature | Chicago Reader

A street photographer finds the beauty in Chicago’s brutal winters 

In Satoki Nagata’s “Lights in Chicago” series, inclement weather isn’t annoying—it’s breathtaking.

The popular narrative of the historically mild winter of 2016-2017 is that Chicagoans have, if you'll excuse the expression, dodged a bullet. Zero measurable snowfall in the months of January and February? Unheard of in 146 years of National Weather Service…

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