Virginia Tech Campus in the Snow – 2014

Here are a few random shots at the beginning of a record snowfall on February 12, 2014, taken around the campus of Virginia Tech.

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Virginia Tech – Eggleston Archway

The snow of February 12, 2014, begins to fall on the Virginia Tech campus.  Shown below are two students that have just walked through an archway which is part of Eggleston Hall.

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Virginia Tech – Drillfield Snow

This was the scene on February 12, 2014, on the drillfield of the Virginia Tech campus during the record-setting snowfall.  This lone snowplow pushes the snow aside on the walking path between Williams Hall and Campbell Hall.

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Virginia Tech – Solitude (Another)

It’s so cool to capture an image, and then immediately like it on the back of the camera.  Just before posting this, I decided to search my blog to see if had posted another similar image of Solitude….I had.  Check out THIS post that show an image taken almost 1 year earlier.  Pretty similar, don’t you think?  You can read more about it on that post.

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Snow Robins

These 2 images of Robins in the snow are not all that uncommon.  But considering these were taken on January 17th, 2013, is quite a bit different.  In the past, I’ve always looked forward to the day when I see my first robin of the new year, which is usually in March, but sometimes even in February.  Seeing them in mid-January is quite unusual.  A few days later, I had seen close to 30 at different places around here.  I wonder if they didn’t fly far enough south, or if they came back north too early.  Hard to tell.

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Snow Covered Barn

The light blanket of snow covered this barn on March 5, 2012 and provided a beautiful scene in Christiansburg, Virginia.

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Snow Flowers

Today’s weather in the New River Valley saw temperatures climb into the 70’s, and the forecast is for more of the same the next few days.  Wow, what unusual weather for the end of winter.  The photos below show how much different the weather was exactly one week ago…about 2 inches of snow.  The two images below (taken on March 5, 2012) show some of the snow when I went through Blacksburg at lunch time…much of the snow had melted.  The pansies and daffodils looked a bit out of place with snow around.

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