Today is the first day of winter.
Some Ella Jenkins music might get you in the right, chilly mood.—Elizabeth Periale
Jules Verne, From the Earth to the Moon Direct in Ninety-seven Hours and Twenty Minutes, and a Trip around it. Trans. by Louis Mercier and Eleanor King [De la terre à la lune], 1874,
THE VAPOR OF OUR BREATH WILL FALL IN SNOW AROUND US—As the voyagers move into the moon's shadow, the projectile encounters the "absolute cold of space" causing their breath to condense as snow.
More images from this publication are available.
Also, check out the Libraries' online display, A Jules Verne Centennial: 1905 – 2005.