Here are three pictures of snow taken around 11pm to midnight on Wednesday, February 25. The snow was still falling at that time (but starting to slow down) and the Salmon Library had a few inches built up out front.I wanted to make sure I got a picture of the Geode covered in snow. Because why not.
Unfortunately the camera started fogging up in the snow and so the pictures became a bit…esoteric…as it went along. Here are three that turned out fairly well, and one that is blurry enough (of a rather pretty tree covered in snow right outside of the library) that you have to a little faith that it’s not a strange digital art project.
Any great pictures you want to share of UAH and the Salmon Library covered in snow? Send them to email@example.com and I’ll work on compiling a second post!
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