Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Before the Storm

Hermine didn't have much impact on Boston. We had several hours of rain and some strong winds but nothing unusual — unless you count any rain at all as unusual and, this summer, you certainly could. We also had some deliciously cool, dry days after a sweltering August.

And there were dramatic clouds and colorful skies just before Hermine arrived.

This gondola did not just float in from Venice:

I'd want my gondola to always head west at sunset. Who'd want to turn her back on this:

Facing north, the clouds looked as though Something Big had exploded on the MIT campus:

Sometimes the best scene presents itself as we're heading home. Here's the Lagoon almost in darkness:

1 comment:

  1. There is something about fall sunsets that are particularly spectacular.


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