About 8 inches of heavy wet snow was slathered over my car yesterday at 9 am, with snow still falling. Too unwell to get out my camera and appreciate the snow's beauty, I could manage the physical effort -- put shoulder to shovel, one heavy scoop at a time, front steps, back stairs, car, around the car, and enough behind to back up and leave room for D's car should he make it out of the city (he didn't). Then back inside. Three hours or so later came the welcome sounds of my landlord's snowblower. Revived on coffee and Advil, I went back out and helped my landlords and a couple of their neighbors reshovel the additional 6 inches off the steps, back stairs, my car, etc. The snow had stopped falling and it was already starting to melt a bit in the warming air. Shoveling out was short work with 5 people, and actually kinda fun.
So I don't have any pictures this time (but do go see Lorianne's great photo set from the storm). I may get some later when I go into Boston to retrieve D, whose car is blocked in. We're going to a dinner party tonight out my way, but if I can find parking in the city we'll have some time to walk around.