Normally “snowfall” in a Georgetown spring means lying underneath the cherry trees in Dumbarton Oaks as the blossoms cascade down. But yesterday brought genuine snow to spring. And the neighborhood is quite lovely in white.
In his venture around with his camera, GM was struck by one big difference in Dumbarton Oaks Park (the best place to enjoy snow in Georgetown). In 2005, he took this photo of the stone bridge:
Yesterday, standing in the same spot, this is the photo that resulted:
In other words, a lot of vegetation has grown along the brookside in twelve years. GM’s glad he got the shot he did when he could.
Anyway, here are some more shots from yesterday: