Rebecca Volynsky photographed her Cambridgeport street before and after the blizzard.
Jen Smith photographed I Street before and after the blizzard.
Alice Murphy noticed an unusual snow formation on Comm. Ave. between Clarendon and Dartmouth.
Joe Cabrera photographed his Dorchester street before and after the blizzard.
They were sledding on Erin Smith DeMarco's street in Charlestown today.
Jackie Ellis photographed Strathmore Road at Chestnut Hill Avenue in Brighton this afternoon.
Dan Santry watched the waves at the seawall along Winthrop Shore Drive around 10 a.m.
Jack Romain looked down Walnut from Mt. Vernon yesterday and today.
Mamajoan looked out her window in East Somerville to see a guy who may not realize what'll happen to all his work when the first plow comes through.
Jenni shows the view out her house in Brighton.
Katia forwards these before and after pics.
Katie Painter went out tonight and managed to snap this photo of a Brighton snowbank.
Geoffrey Grove tweets:
Very large coyote roaming in Chestnut Hill... People plowing/shoveling beware!
Matt Laskowski photographed Comm. Ave. at Griggs around 7:30 p.m.
Tania deLuzuriaga photographed her neighbor's lazy-ass space saving on Savin Hill early in the storm.
Some interesting photos from back when the T still ran PCC trolleys on the Green Line.
Roving UHub photographer Rose captured the scene this afternoon on Webster Street in East Boston, where storm-ravaged residents were forced into desperate measures.
At the Dedham Stop & Shop, Passover faces off against Valentine's Day.
The caption on Leslie Jones's photo from Nov. 26, 1952:
Joe Sheehan, B.C. High, straight arms Sid Goldstein of Roxbury Memorial on way to Eaglets 18-6 win.
In addition to this photo, the BPL has posted tons of football photos by Jones.
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