Tempest, Scituate, MA – Earlier this winter, in the aftermath of Winter Storm Jonas, Boston was one of the few cities on the east coast that wasn’t shoveling itself out of a mountain of snow. In fact, we’ve been incredibly fortunate to not have had more than maybe five inches total, when this time last year we were buried in our 120 inches – more than ready for Spring.
Storms are an incredible manifestation of weather, and are an intricate mix of strength and beauty. They are a beautiful sight to watch roll in, bringing a quietness that comes before the storm escalates and reaches full power. The power here is seen subtly, only reflecting the strength of the storm with the sea spray as a result of the hit to the sea wall – whereas the water, safe in the harbor, is relatively calm.