Posts Tagged ‘Outdoor Photographer’

2.25.10

February 25, 2010: Posters on a wall at a country store of Route 108 near Laytonsville, Maryland.. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso, All Rights Reserved.

2.22.10

February 22, 2010: Kayaks sit covered with a blanket of snow below Key Bridge in Washington, DC. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso, All Rights Reserved.

2.19.10

February 19, 2010: An ornate wrought iron fence at a turn of the century home in Laytonsville, Maryland pokes it’s top from the snow. After two weeks, the snow is finally melting. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.17.10

February 17, 2010: Roadside Memorial. A cross rises above the snow at a roadside memorial on Fieldcrest Drive in Montgomery County. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved.

2.15.10

February 15, 2010: A fence sits above the two feet of snow in the surrounding field off Route 108 in Laytonsville, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved.

2.12.10

February 12, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. — BLIZZARD OF 2010: Animal tracks are the only signs of life in the fields, as the we dig out of the 3 to 4 feet of snow around Olney, Maryland. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.11.10

February 11, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. – BLIZZARD OF 2010: Blue skies greeted residents of the Washington, DC metropolitan area today, after yesterdays blizzard. An additional 10-18 inches of snow, on top of the 28+ inches last weekend, has made this the snowiest season in 125 years. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.10.10

February 10, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. — BLIZZARD OF 2010: Windshield wipers sit erect at a Toyota dealership in Rockville, Maryland in the midst of the second round of the Blizzard of 2010. With blizzard strength winds, 6 – 10 inches of snow fell on top of the 27 – 36 inches from last weekend. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.9.10

February 8, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. Ñ BLIZZARD OF 2010: Snow banks line every street in Washington, DC and its suburbs. Snow shovels are going like “hotcakes.” Tonight, 6-10 more inches and no school for the rest of the week. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.8.10

February 8, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. Ñ BLIZZARD OF 2010: Seneca Creek flows through a blanket of fresh powder as we prepare for an additional storm. After 28″ of snow on Saturday, we are now expecting 6-12″ tomorrow. It’s good that in two months, Spring will be here. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.7.10

February 7, 2010: WASHINGTON, D.C. – BLIZZARD OF 2010: The morning after, the “massive” snowstorm that passed through the Washington, D.C. brought out clear skies and lots of snow to be shoveled. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved

2.5.10

February 4, 2010: A tree sits in a field as the beginning of the “massive” snowstorm begins to fall in Montgomery County. ©2010 Andres R. Alonso: All Rights Reserved