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Offline BLeafe

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Aftermath: The December 26, 2010 Blizzard
« on: December 27, 2010, 07:20:55 PM »
I started the day off by getting locked out on the roof..........well, not really "locked" out. The wind had slammed the building's large metal roof door shut and it wedged tight - it could not be pulled open. Fortunately, I had my cell - I was out there taking pictures with it - and called the super. It took him a while and lots of effort, but he got it open.

From my LR window - footprints and plows:

The First Baptist Church's school:

Anderson Park:

Anderson Street:

Back home, I ran into the super, who's just thrilled to see me again:

Second Reformed Church parking lot:

I took the above photo in thigh-high snow:

A couple of "E" lot shots:

Back in my apartment, I heard the wind picking up again. Snow was blowing off my roof and off most of the other roofs in Hackensack. Minus the sun, this might be the coldest-looking picture I've ever taken:


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Re: Aftermath: The December 26, 2010 Blizzard
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2010, 01:43:04 AM »
Great pictures.  I noticed several windswept roof-top eaves that had snow hanging over the sides like cake-icing,- seemingly defying gravity.  Don't think I've ever seen that before.
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