For the third consecutive weekend, snow fell in Boston. Between each snowfall, temperatures warmed unseasonably to help naturally dissipate city streets and paths. After a weekend of rain, seemed the city might sneak by unscathed but in the final hours of Sunday night, rain changed to accumulating snow. The view out my Marlborough Street window, framed to one side by a hulking pine tree, was soon blanketed with snow that captured, magnified and reflected every ray of light. At the stroke of midnight, a city night turned into a day in a winter wonderland.
February 24 2013, Back Bay Boston, Massachusetts USA
Canon 5D Mark II with Canon EF16-35 f/2.8L II USM lens
Focal length 26mm, Exposure 30 seconds at f/11, ISO 200
Manfrotto 190CX3 tripod with Arcatech ballhead