Continuing this week's theme of photos captured after the Blizzard of 2015 passed through Marblehead, we come to this image of State Street. I've shot the houses along State Street countless times and have found a different composition on just about every visit down this street. On this day, I positioned my tripod against the snow bank on the right with one leg shortened and balancing on the 3-4 foot high pile of snow. This allowed me to focus on the houses with their alternating colors along one side of the street.
All week I'll be sharing photos captured after the Blizzard of 2015 departed Marblehead having left an official total of 24.5" of snow. Thankfully the cold temperatures resulted in very light snow and very few power outages. However, the light snow and strong winds led to incredible drifts (I measured a 48" one in our backyard). One of my first stops on Wednesday morning after the storm departed was Lovis Cove to see how this brown house had fared. I've captured images of the brown house at Lovis Cove at the peak of storms in the past (see below) and [...]