Swarthmore during blizzard

Some photographs I took around town during the morning of January 23rd, 2016. Bottom ones from Swarthmore College.

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; swarthmore-blizzard-2

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; swarthmore-blizzard

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; swarthmore-during-blizzard

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; waving-cat-snow-drift

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; swarthmore-town-center-blizzard

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; swarthmore-septa-station

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; SEPTA underpass at Swarthmore College

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; High winds creating snow drifts

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; Magill Walk during blizzard

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; Snow blower at Swarthmore College

Colin Purrington Photography: Swarthmore, Pennsylvania &emdash; Shovelling snow at Swarthmore College

Note to self: get some gloves that have a hole for a single finger so I can fuss with camera settings without getting frost bite.

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One Response to Swarthmore during blizzard

  1. Love your ideas on sweet toothed mosquitoes, but as I remember it is only the males that have a sweet tooth and males dont drink blood, females do. That said, a new way of combatting mosquitoes is to release sterile males. But it may be cheaper just to poison all the sweet toothed fertile males instead.

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