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Boom Scenario

Empty streets. Quiet but for the grinding rumble of snowplow blades scraping the pavement. Fresh snow underfoot. More than two feet between Friday and Saturday. A city paralyzed. And beauty all around.

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Symmetry

Sunset on a mountaintop.

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Restaurant Overpass

On the edge of South Delhi, a highway overpass carries a honking, roaring mass of traffic above our lunch location.

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Snow at Archives

As the cold and snow recedes for the year, a look back to an evening glimpse outside Archives station.

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Highway Lights

An untouched sidewalk along an unusually quiet Germantown Road, courtesy of the “Polar Vortex.”

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Single Lamp

Seen last night while walking the empty streets.

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Foggy Hudson

Pier 57 on a foggy afternoon, seen from the High Line Park

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Lamp and Arch

Just up the street from Cobblestones and Lamps.

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Danube Traffic

Looking east toward Chain Bridge and the capital buildings.

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Missing Bulb

An unknown (and unused?) utility building near Cherry Beach.

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Shop Parking

Near my hotel.

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Cobblestones and Lamps

I recognized the location. I had stumbled onto a photo taken on this street, a portrait, against the wall between the windows on the left, and I knew exactly where it was taken. So I dug into the archive and found this from 2008.

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Snow at Gallery Place

It’s like seasons are some kind of strange new invention this year. They’re actually happening. After hearing about airport cancellations, train pre-cancellations and other talk of snowmageddon, the flakes finally arrived in DC about 8pm. The city looked great. And today? Glad I’m not supposed to be on a plane.

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Pier Light

I’m still considering just how to process this shot, and if it even belongs here. I go back and forth between this and a B&W version, but I like the vintage look for this one.

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Lampost - Paris, France

A Numbers Game

I was due, I suppose. All these miles, all these countries, all these flights to all these airports over all these years and my luggage had always managed to travel with me.