Last Friday’s snowstorm, here in the Boston area, forced me to work at home for my real job. And I had no intention of leaving the house, other than to shovel off the driveway.
But when the storm started to broke late in the afternoon, it looked promising. The snow had stopped, but the sky was still cloudy. However, there was a clearing on the western horizon, leaving a hole for the setting sun to light up the eastern sky. I thought it had the makings of a good sunset, so I grabbed my gear and headed to the Central Bridge in Lawrence, over Merrimack.
The 10 minute drive to the bridge seemed like it took hours, as the sky literally glowed with pastel colors. After parking the the car and trudging through the snow, I set up my tripod and spent 20 minutes photographing one of the most amazing winter sunsets I’ve ever seen. This is one of the keepers from the set.