Victoria's Light

What a day, and the night is just beginning to howl.  We were hit with a Bomb Cyclone today, a hurricane and a blizzard all wrapped up in a big white bow.  Our cars are shapelessly ensconsed in snow and ice.  I don’t dare go out into the wildness from the below zero air and the blistering winds.  We are prepared for losing power.  It is inevitable from the ancient street-side trees that topple or shed limbs, revengefully scissoring power lines that slap at bark and flit away leaves without permission.  I picked up my camera when I saw these candles in my front window, illuminating the advancing ice.

Fuji XT2, 56mm lens at F2.Candles in the Wind

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