12 snow pics you need to see
The blanket of white across neighborhood houses, city streets, signs, hills and trees will slowly melt away.
So, here are 12 snowy photo scenes from history that are more lasting.
Clearing snow from walkways isn't anything new. A snow shovel or snow blower would have come in handy here.
The sanding of streets didn't use to be as quick as a sand truck driving down the highway as shown by this photo of two men shoveling salt or sand onto the street below.
Street lights cast glistening magic across the landscape of powder.
When you're stuck in snow and ice, assistance is a welcome sight.
Even an iron fence is enhanced when it is dusted with snow.
The city was resourceful in 1940 to make sure travel wasn't impaired by snow.
It was always tempting to break off icicles and taste the frozen treat or to at least swing at the ice spikes to hear them shatter.
This army of men toting shovels surely cleared paths quickly.
This plump snowman looks like the work of a pretty talented snow sculptor.
Oh, if only these were really iced chocolate doughnuts!
Snow has always made everything look more beautiful.