How We’re Finding Nemo
“06880” readers shared these photos this morning.
Now we’re looking for good action shots of kids, old folks — even dogs — playing or romping. Send ’em to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy! Stay warm! Have fun!
A lovely photo, from Pam Barkentin Blackburn’s deck on Richmondville Avenue.
A serene shot by Julie Mombello, at the corner of North Turkey Hill and Long Lots.
David Conneely shoveled a path to his iFloat spa (above Oscar’s). He’s open for relaxation.
Earlier — while walking to work — David Conneely shot this photo near downtown Westport.
The snow was symmetrical in Trey Ellis’ backyard.
Larry Perlstein’s birdhouse was nearly buried.
Randy Christophersen needed a heavy-duty stick to measure his 18-inch snowfall.
Randy Christophersen also sent this shot of cat trails at his South Compo Road home. The evergreen bent — but the power line stood. Unlike previous storms, virtually no outages were reported in Westport.
Normally busy Evergreen Avenue was completely snow-swept, in this photo by Jill McGroarty.
A woman named Catherine couldn’t open her door.
How green was my Nemo? Diane Lowman captured this scene.
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