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February 24, 2012

Snow On The Roof,College Of William And Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia


We had snow two weekends in a row; very unusual.  The day after the snow, this is what was left. As you can see, the roof of the President's house at the College of William & Mary had a little powder remaining on the side shielded from the sun. Today it will be in the 70's so little chance of snow this weekend.

6 comments:

Theanne said...

nice shot! makes you wonder what it was like back in the day when winter came to Williamsburg!

Riet said...

What a lovely shot.

Kate said...

Temperatures in the '70's sounds ideal!

Massimo said...

Not too much snow I see... But a nice photo!

Queenie Believe said...

Unusual indeed! But it nevers lasts too long. A taste of winter without the northern length of winter.
Have a great day!
Always, Queenie

Eugene Head said...

If it melts, it might swoop down the windows. For this reason, one should install a roof on each window on the roof. After all, a President's house should always look clean and good.

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