Electricity Stole Our Moonlight

One of the things I used to love about snow when I lived in the suburbs was looking outside at night and seeing the dark landscape illuminated by even the faintest rays of light from the moon. Unfortunately that doesn’t happen much outside our building in Arlington, but the consolation prize is this huge range of color temperatures from the street lamps and headlights. It’s a veritable rainbow of spectral artificiality. While being snowed in during the blizzard I popped my head outside and felt compelled to get a shot of this incredible variety of reflected light; it took longer than I thought and my feet started going numb while waiting for the exposures.

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