Our photographers are snow damn good!

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Photo gallery

Supermom: Nancy Lucas of Boerum Hill pulls her two kids Annabell and Sebastian along the Fulton Mall.
Our bridges look better than anyone else's bridges.
Dahill Road in Kensington was a postcard of white.
Kensington streets looked like a Swiss skiing resort (well, we have good imaginations).
Without a plow in sight, Schermerhorn residents built a snowman.
Fourth grader Matthew Alongi caught some serious air in Prospect Park.
It's hard to know where the land ends and the lake begins in Prospect Park.
Another stellar shot in Prospect Park.
Even the old boneyard — Green-Wood Cemetery — looked great under a blanket of white.

It’s been snowing so much that we haven’t been able to keep track of all our photograph­ers’ whereabouts — but they keep on sending in so many beautiful shots that we’ve compiled the best into a nice little slide show.


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