During this holiday season Chesapeake City has been celebrating with a winterfest of lights. And as dusk descended on the old canal town on the Chesapeake & Delaware, the early evening darkness on this freezing, winter night provided the perfect opportunity to grab a few photos of the beautifully illuminated 19th century community.
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