Ol' Mr. Boston snaps the snow by the Mother Church. He has plenty more Boston snow photos - just follow the links on the right.
Looking south from Millennium Park in West Roxbury around 11:30 this morning.
Steve's posted several photos of the First Baptist Church in Jamaica Plain after yesterday's fire.
We were driving down Centre Street in West Roxbury this afternoon, headed toward Dedham, when I looked up and saw one of those optical illusions that make you think you live in Colorado - low-lying clouds that looked like a mountain range. "Hey, look at that," I said to Greta, "Don't those clouds look like mountains?"
Of course, being six, she hasn't learned yet to meekly accept adult pronouncements (and here's hoping she never does): "How do you know they're NOT mountains?" Um, because I just know there aren't any mountains in Dedham, I told her, but somehow, that just didn't seem like the right answer - there SHOULD be mountains there!
The Forest Hills overpass at Hyde Park Avenue.
Ana requests that somebody not stuck in an office take some fog photos:
... It is absolutely amazing out there. Fresh Pond is a wall of white smoke.
Beth also wishes for a camera:
... The fog has been hanging around all day, making the view from the windows at work -- usually a harsh and angular one framed by the hospitals and labs -- almost pretty.
Sonia, meanwhile, wonders what happened to those near-record-high temps the weatherfolks promised us:
I feel ripped off that it's not 60 degrees today.
Update: Ana went out at lunchtime and got some nice shots of trees in the fog.