Most of these are shot on Sunday mornings around 4 AM when the storm has just blown through. Streets are deserted. Much of what falls out of the sky flows away, but just enough is left to coat the trees like sugar. Cold water on the concrete reflects the lights and alters the many colors. Melting and blending them like watercolors on paper.
Exposures are usually around 30 seconds using a sturdy tripod and the Hasselblad H2 and a 110mm zoom. The star patterns in the reflections and the lights are created by aperture of f16.