Power out and bright moon.

Early morning hours after the Big Storm

My wife was trapped in traffic with no chance of getting home, I stayed up with her, me at Hood Canal and her miles away. Eight hours later she had to get a room along the way. I was in the dark by then with the storm dissipating into the night. Then I looked out into the dark, the moon shining on the snow. This was my silver lining and my chance to try and capture it on film. This is a little of what I saw.

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John Michael says ... on Wednesday, Sep 7 at 7:17 AM

The snow scene with that bright moon directly over the treetop is a fabulous shot! I thought it was daytime and that moon was the sun when I first happened upon this photo. Beautiful! Definitely a once in a lifetime 'capture'. Kudo's!

Evie Henwood says ... on Tuesday, Nov 23 at 6:14 PM

Terrific story and terrific photos...The roads along Hood Canal are not exacting snow friendly...Glad things turned out OK.

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