Gallery: Snowmageddon 2012

Snowmageddon 2012

Images of the Wil-Mar and SASY neighborhoods during and after Snowmageddon 2012, December 19-21, 2012.

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All is calm at the intersection of Ingersoll and Jenifer Streets Thursday December 20, 2012 after the snow had completed its 24 hour assault on the Madison area.
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Residents in the 900 block of Jenifer took advantage of the wet snow during the storm and built this Snow Family. A day later on December 21, 2012 the stand strong in the brilliant winter sun.
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The heavy wet snows bowed many branches and numerous tree arches adorned Marquette Neighborhood sidewalks.
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B. B. Clarke Beach, a warm weather spot, still looks inviting on the day of the Winter Solstice, December 21, 2012.
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B. B. Clarke Beach, a warm weather spot, still looks inviting on the day of the Winter Solstice, December 21, 2012.
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The unique roof of the B. B. Clarke Beach shelter collects a perfect layer of snow.
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A day after Snomageddon 2012, the neighborhood was a veritable Ice Forest, dazzling in the sun of the Winter Solstice.
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Irony...Caribbean style.
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All things are equal in the Marquette Neighborhood, even the genders of snow people.
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This house endured a serious lashing but endured.
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It did not take long for sledders on the Olbrich sledding hill to transform the 13.4 inches of fresh snow into a well groomed run.
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A solitary soul looks toward the sunset in a moment of quiet reflection only minutes before sunset on Winter Solstice, December 21, 2012.
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Ice candles are laid out in preparation for the Winter Solstice Celebration put every year by the Friends of Starkweather Creek.
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A view up the hill in the 1000 block of Jenifer Street, Thursday December 20, 2012.
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The Solstice Bonfire pyre is ready to herald the renewal of the season.
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4:26 p.m. December 21, 2012. Official sunset on the shortest day of 2012.
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Marquette neighborhood in the hours after Snowmageddon 2012.
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Snow people stand sentry in the 900 block of Willy Street.
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Willy Street in the hours after Snowmageddon 2012.
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Willy Street in the hours after Snowmageddon 2012.
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Willy Street in the hours after Snowmageddon 2012.
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Willy Street in the hours after Snowmageddon 2012.
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Wet snow all day on December 20, 2012 fell mostly straight down until the evening when the wind picked-up and the temperature dropped.
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The traffic lights at Ingersoll and Willy soldier on in the face of a snowy gale.
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Patterson and Jenifer Streets on December 21, 2012. Even the side streets were relatively passable only 12 hours after the snows had stopped.
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Dreaming of Big Blue. Canoes at the ready for summertime, but a bevy of wintertime activities await once the surface is frozen.
 

Images of the Wil-Mar and SASY neighborhoods during and after Snowmageddon 2012, December 19-21, 2012.

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2 thoughts on “Gallery: Snowmageddon 2012

  1. Nice pictures, thanks for sharing them. But for my nickel, whatever aesthetic pleasure could be gained from watching the photo frame resize itself and the photos slowly appear was outweighed by the extra time I had t o wait to see the pictures. Not that my time is particularly valuable, but nevertheless I would have preferred to see the pictures as soon as I clicked on the thumbnail.

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