Here's the story...
In early winter, and actually throughout the winter season, Buffalo is susceptible to "Lake Effect" snowstorms. Located on the eastern end of Lake Erie, Buffalo is the beneficiary of snow deposited as the result of cold winds moving over the lake water, picking up moisture then depositing that moisture, in the form of snow, upon reaching land (Buffalo). They call that “lake effect” snow.
The Lake Effect Diner is open 24hours. This morning I was up early, took a walk and shot some frames of the diner. This collection is the result.
By the way, the clock is wrong, it was about 5:15, not 2:30. Elaine would have been questioning me had I left bed at 2:30 to "go for a walk".