These pictures were taken with my Sony Mavica FD-7 digital camera in Williamstown, Massachusetts, on February 6, 2001, the day after a Nor'easter left about 2 feet of snow in town.
All images are 24-bit JPEGs and should be viewed on a 24-bit display.
Quality is likely to be very poor when viewed on an 8-bit display.
The view out to the patio of my apartment.
Another view from the apartment.
The parking lot, now mostly plowed.
Bushes outside the front door. These still have about 18" of new snow on them, even after the snow had a chance to settle down since ending overnight.
Cars in the lot. Mine is the third one in, and was parked there after work and after about a foot and a half of snow had already fallen!
My car again. There are about 8 inches of snow on it, and the snow is higher than the height of the doors by a few inches next to it.
A car with some snow left on top at the Williams campus.
The Science Quad at Williams with its new snowcover. Unfortunately, the wind came up a bit in the morning and blew much of the snow off the trees.
Big snowbanks at the corner of Stetson Court and Main Street in Williamstown.
On Rte 2 near Spring Street.
Going up Stratton Rd toward my apartment. The road is all clear, unlike during the ride home up this hill at the height of the storm on Monday evening.