What a crazy weekend it was! I’m still buzzing from all the excitement of the historic snowstorm that pummeled the DC area for 36 hours, leaving behind almost two and a half feet of snow.
On Saturday, we woke up to about 15 inches of snow. By mid-afternoon we had well over two feet, and the snow just kept pouring down in sideways sheets. It was all so exciting and insane, and we were loving it.
Here are some of the photographs I took during and after the blizzard.
The day after the blizzard ended was even more fun than the blizzard itself. I loved Sunday. The sun was out, our friends and neighbors were out, and the Plaza was filled with happy people.
Highlights of the day included snowballs, sleds, and snowmen at Lake Anne Plaza, all while enjoying drinks with friends at Kalypso’s, which stayed open all weekend for the locals who could walk there.
Charlotte Geary is a leading Washington, D.C. area documentary photographer who specializes in lifestyle, events, portraits, fine art, and photography education. She is known for a joyful style of narrative photography, which has been widely published and commissioned throughout the country.
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