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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