Mississippi Mirror

The Story:      Hurricane Patricia was the second-most intense tropical cyclone on record worldwide originating south of Mexico, in mid-October 2015. Its remnants reached St Louis at sunset days later. Following this sunset, I lingered next to the Mississippi River through twilight as I rarely recall the river having such a glassy reflection. Normally a stream of river barges continually churn the waters, but on this evening a long pause in traffic allowed the river to reach an unusual state of calm, thus forming a mirror finish to the St Louis skyline.

 

Sublocation:   Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

City, State:       St Louis, Missouri

Date:                 25 Oct 2015

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Description

Twilight over St Louis Missouri where the smooth Mississippi River perfectly reflected the St Louis skyline and Gateway Arch

Hurricane Patricia was the second-most intense tropical cyclone on record worldwide originating south of Mexico, in mid-October 2015. Its remnants reached St Louis at sunset days later. Following this sunset, I lingered next to the Mississippi River through twilight as I rarely recall the river having such a glassy reflection. Normally a stream of river barges continually churn the waters, but on this evening a long pause in traffic allowed the river to reach an unusual state of calm, thus forming a mirror finish to the St Louis skyline.

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12" x 18", 20" x 30", 30" x 45"

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Framed Giclee Canvas, Metal, Photo Paper

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