Monday, February 11, 2013

After Nemo (photo essay)

Walking around Franklin on Saturday afternoon and then again on Sunday provided some good photo opportunities.


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Parmenter School
Parmenter School is ready to open two hours late today


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Franklin Historical Museum
The Museum, in the snow, with the setting sun.... looking good!


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Rockland Trust
I am not sure that the brand managers would appreciate with Mother Nature did with their sign!


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Downtown view at the triangle

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Looking west at the triangle
The roads are narrow, be careful moving about


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The storm hid the name of this street
When walking Sunday, the street sign was able to reveal its name. The snow had cleared. (see below)

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King of the hill anyone?
The corner of King St and Summer St heading into Franklin was piled high

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King St empty on a Saturday afternoon?
The travel ban was still in effect and folks were abiding by it. Only a few snow plows came by during our walk on Saturday.

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Tree shadow
Sunday brought bright sunshine

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snow sculpted by the wind
Many yards slope and how the wind played with the snow revealed some interesting combinations

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snow overhang
One of the Franklin Housing Association buildings has this nice big snow curve hanging there

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snow curve, side view
The connections are made one flake at a time

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Winter St
The mystery sign is appropriately Winter St.