Saturday, March 02, 2013
February was the third highest snowfall in Concord, NH since 1882. Totals exceed 42 inches!
Here are some photos from Thursday morning after the storm ended.
Everything was drenched in white. The snow was still untouched and clear.
The trees were scarfed in powder and every few moments the snow would spill off the branches.
The snow gathered wherever it could.
So much snow, even the snow that was shoveled the night before.
The blue sky and the sun made the snow look blue.
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