Snowmen at Discovery Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).

“Snowmageddon Chronicles”: Redux

More snowy images! I’m not completely ready to relinquish the happy vibes of the snowstorm in Seattle over Valentine’s Day weekend. (You can check out Part One here). As a result, I’m sharing a few more highlights and favorites from the occasion. Once again, these images were captured as I walked (or trudged) through the snow in my local neighborhood of Magnolia on February 13th and 14th. Enjoy!

Lawton Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
Lawton Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
Commodore Park & Ballard Locks, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
Four children collectively fumble as they attempted to sled down the hill in unison. Commodore Park & Ballard Locks, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
A fellow shovels a path through the snow in front of his house. (February 13, 2021)
Aside from shoveling a path through the snow, I liked how this fellow still had a Christmas wreath on his front door on the day before Valentine’s Day. (February 13, 2021)
McGraw Street, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021)
McGraw Street, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
After snowboarding down the hill, this fellow scores a few seconds of airtime after launching from a makeshift ramp made of snow at Lawton Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
After snowboarding down the hill, this fellow scores a few seconds of airtime after launching from a makeshift ramp made of snow at Lawton Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
Ella Bailey Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
Ella Bailey Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
Snowmen at Discovery Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
Snowmen at Discovery Park, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
32nd Avenue West, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
32nd Avenue West, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
Montavista Place, Magnolia, Seattle. (February 13, 2021)
This massive American flag dominated the landscape in this part of Magnolia. On a clear day, one would be able to see the waters of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains in the background. (February 13, 2021)
30th Avenue West, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
30th Avenue West, Magnolia, Seattle (February 14, 2021).
McGraw Street, Magnolia Village, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
Manor Place, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021)
As Diana Ross once sang, “Ain’t no mountain high enough…” / Manor Place, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
28th Avenue, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021)
28th Avenue, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
"Contemplation". This individual waits patiently as his friend and some others sled down the hill on McGraw Street, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
“Contemplation”. This individual waits patiently as his friend and some others sled down the hill on McGraw Street, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
Skiing across Manor Place, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
“New Modes of Transportation.” Skiing across Manor Place, Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).
The Photographer. Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021)
The Photographer. Magnolia, Seattle (February 13, 2021).

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