Back in the day I was a pretty avid snow skier. I would purchase season passes and then try to see how many times I could hit the slopes with that investment. It was pretty easy back then. After the cost of equipment and the pass, all you had to have was $2.00 bus fare to the slopes and $3-4 food money. It would buy you a bowl of chile and a hot chocolate from the vending machine.
I didn't night ski very much. It's god-awful cold at night, and the harsh shadows cast onto the moguls by the slope lighting don't lend themselves well to depth perception. I found skiing down groomed slopes and through powder incredibly boring - I preferred to blast through moguls or find some jumps to fly off. But the slope lighting really didn't favor that kind of quick-twitch technical skiing.
I currently have only one picture of myself on skis... night skiing. An old high school friend just sent this to me... Pretty sure I was on an upper groomed slope, on the way down to where the moguls were. He does take a nice evening shot, yes?