six-week-plus snow siege left in my yard, I'm guessing it was pretty close to Boston's new record of 110.3 inches....that's 9.12 feet!
Don't get me wrong I love winter and found beauty with each new storm.
These images are from the first big storm the last week-end of January. I love naked trees with a light coating of snow, so pretty.
a little blizzard hardly phases this swan
Stopped by the Stop 'n Shop in search of junk food...good thing we didn't need milk or bread.
There's always at least one hard core person on the road!
Early morning ski, nothing like waking up to two feet of fresh powder to shake out the cobwebs.
Storm #2 We now have about a four foot base in the local forest and the cross country skiing is amazing. It's also been bitterly cold so it's still powder.
This is frozen sea water, it has chunks of ice and salty slush
Here's a closer look, this is a unusual and kind of cool.
I love these ice covered rocks!
Still cold! Frost on the inside of my son's bedroom
Sunrise through the icicles on my house....we had to knock them all down to prevent ice dams from forming.
Half of our "snow removal" team. I won't lie, the shoveling looses it's glamour rather quickly when it becomes a daily chore.
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!
Sunset at Horn Pond
Bicycles at MIT
Love this crazy building! The Ray and Maria Stata Center for Computer, Information and Intelligence Sciences is built on the site of MIT's legendary Building 20, a "temporary" timber-framed building constructed during World War II that served as a breeding ground for many of the great ideas that were born at MIT. Designed by renowned architect Frank O. Gehry, the Stata Center is meant to carry on Building 20's innovative and serendipitous spirit, and to foster interaction and collaboration across many disciplines.
Bricks and birch