The above and below are of Columbia Heights from Queenedix who writes:
“I went out to mail presents at the UPS store and ended up buying DVDs, getting lunch, and taking some photos from around Columbia Heights. The photos are of the Col Hts amphitheater, Park and Holmead, Monroe street facing 13th, and a few others. One of my neighbors was shoveling the walk and singing–I might go sit and listen to him for a bit longer!”
And below is of an incredible snowball fight from 14th and U found on Twitter by @aaronoverman
And you gotta love pets enjoying the snow:
Above from PoPville flickr user Aladc.
Above from PoPville flickr user gautamraghavan.
Lots more photos to come. If you have great snow photos upload them to the PoPville flickr pool here.
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