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Snow in Dupont Circle…

December 25, 2009, 9:05 PM

First of all, I hope everyone had a lovely Decemberween, as images of Dr. Christmas and the Dethemberween Thnikkaman dance through everyone’s heads.

I took some photos with my phone on the way into work on Tuesday, the first day back at work after the big snowstorm caused a snow day on Monday. These photos are of the snow encountered on my usual walk from the Dupont Circle Metro to the office.

Snow on top of the canopy over the south entrance to the Metro station.
Snow on top of the canopy over the south entrance to the Metro station.

People walking through the U-turn area on Connecticut Avenue because the sidewalk wasn't clear.
People walking through the U-turn area on Connecticut Avenue because the sidewalk wasn’t clear.

Looking back towards the Metro station.
Looking back towards the Metro station.

Massachusetts Avenue NW at Dupont Circle.
Massachusetts Avenue NW at Dupont Circle.

Sidewalk leading onto P Street NW.
Sidewalk leading onto P Street NW.

Driveway entrance along P Street NW.
Driveway entrance along P Street NW.

House at the corner of 17th and P Streets NW.
House at the corner of 17th and P Streets NW.

Snow piled around a road construction sign.
Snow piled around a road construction sign.

As you can see, Dupont Circle is quite picturesque in the snow. Of all the places to be in DC, I’m glad that I spend most of my time in Dupont Circle. It’s a very pretty neighborhood.

Web site: More Dupont Circle snow pictures. What I would give to grab my tripod and spend an evening photographing the snow...

Song: Fairfax Rap. I've been listening to this periodically throughout the day, though I'm not that big of a Fairfax fan.

Quote: Meanwhile, I also want to just do a nighttime photo set in Dupont Circle. That would be a lot of fun, but the problem is that to do nighttime photos at a reaasonable hour requires doing it during the winter, and that's just too bloody cold...