I love a rainy night...ok twilight! The rain was very, very light but the open ground was soaked! So that of course means dark, contrast filled colors if captured right!
The mood was pretty somber as well. I thought the taxis would get busier (and therefore happier), but the rain was so light it actually felt good in the humidity...sort of portable Miami air conditioning in an old school manner!
Even the park benches were quite lonely.
Maybe some sun tomorrow? Oh that is another song...."The Sun will come out tomorrow! Tomorrow! You can bet your bottom dollar...." Ok I'll be quiet before security comes up and makes me an offer I cannot refuse.
P.S. For you gear heads all these came from my Fujifilm X-E1. Today was zoom day. I travels with my standard zoom (XF18-55 F2.8-4). Nicely made lens, and it did allow me to reach out and grab a few photos without moving my feet. I will say that the biggest thing it did for me was the mild telephoto effect. The second and fourth photos show what happened when I racked it all the way out to 55mm...or a short telephoto of about 78mm Full Frame equivalent. The telephoto allowed me to compress the elements in the frame, and they seem closer than they would with a standard focal length.
Something else I learned is that I got the shots in low light by increasing my iso to 3200. However this also made much the photo very bright, approaching daylight scenes. So I went back into the camera and applied negative compensation to bring the scenes closer to what I saw. I did not want a night vision goggle effect here.
Finally these are almost exclusively out of camera jpegs. Your camera probably has a very powerful RAW converter. Use it, save variants and shoot some more. If the product is good, variants will help you explore the what if's of your camera's potential.