A song of ice and more ice: The snowy season in 10 photos

It wasn’t unexpected but the volume was still staggering. With nose glued to Windows 10, we watched them pile up higher and higher. And just when we thought it couldn’t get any deeper or more beautiful, we got even more photos of snow.

Thanks to everyone who sent in their photos. Now that the rain has chased the last bits of snow and ice to the storm drain, we’re proud to present this collection of the 10 finest snow photos we received this season.

Susan Walter sent us this photo of cake-shaped snow piled up on her patio table.
Erin Adams sent us this wonderful shot of a neighbour’s tree bearing the snow from branch to bud.

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Frequent contributor Mary Bespalko sent us this photo of Como Lake when it was frozen almost solid.
Carol Price gave us this beautiful view of Mount Baker from Lafarge Lake.
Stephanie Blaise gave us this impeccably-timed photo she entitled Gift of the Solstice.

An interlude for winter sports and winter poetry

This cold snap also gave us this fantastic footage (posted by Chad Harris) of a commuter skiing down Como Lake Avenue.


There was also Lucas Fong, a particularly brave Port Moody athlete who went swimming in a winter wonderland.

How best to describe the snowfall? Well, Claude McKay seems to have a pretty fine way with words.

As though in heaven there was revolt and riot,

And they, frail things had taken panic flight

Down to the calm earth seeking peace and quiet.

George Balkovec took this lovely photo of a sunny, snowy day in Port Moody.
A little less pastoral, a bit more urban. Richard Dal Monte contributed this photo of the heavy snow overwhelming the awning at Romer’s Burger Bar on Christmas day.
Gillian McMillan was on her porch in Port Moody when she snapped this gorgeous photo of a woodpecker clinging to an icicle while waiting for a turn at the bird feeder.
Barbara Patterson woke up to this breathtaking view.
As the cold snap came to an end, Susan Kato took this shot of the ice slowly melting on the Fraser River.

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