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TownDock Readers Send In Snowy Pics
February 13, 2010

TownDock.net has sent out its Photography Unit – but meanwhile TownDock readers are sending in their views of the snow:

Deborah Bryant writes in “Snow is not just for kids. Ann Albee, June Blayney and Deborah Bryant wish everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day.” Thank you Deborah… (photo by The Horton Road Group)
The docks this morning at Whittaker Pointe Marina. (Ashley Erwin photo)
The Whittaker Pointe clubhouse. (Ashley Erwin photo)
More Midyettes in Oriental? Robin Carbury and hubby Turtle Midyette with a new family member. (Marvin Bullock photo)
Local women are always keen to have their photo taken with a man under 60. Nancy & Abbey Piner with the Kayaking Snowman. (Greg Piner photo)
Kayaking Snowman looking debonair with waiting sailboat in the background. (Greg Piner photo)
Snow view seating available in Minnesott Beach. (Ben Casey photo)
This snow man is going for the formal button down look. It’s the handy work of Kim and Thomas Cleary on Seafarer Drive in Oriental. (Thomas Cleary photo)
Dawn Saturday morning on Sue Henry’s porch on Freemason Street. (Sue Henry photo)

There are lots more photos sent in by readers – click here.

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Patricia Furlong sent in this photo of a rare artifact – a life ring from before the Oriental was launched, spotted above a snowy woodpile in Charlotte, NC. We may have to send the museum to investigate.

Nancy Elrick (at Neuse Winds) says they have named their snowman “Al”. Al gets the Snowman Most Like Danny Devito Award.
Another day in Carolina Tropical Paradise – it’s the deck of Larry Summer’s boat “Tara”. (Larry Summers photo)
The liveaboard yachtsman keeps a bicycle ready at all times. (Larry Summers photo)
Julie Gaines midway through delivering a Valentines gift. (Larry Summers photo)
Rascal checks out a snow laden tree on Midyette St. (photo by Robert)
Looking out on the harbor from the Dinghy Dock. (Dan Campbell photo)
Remember the classic TV sports phrase – “The Thrill Of Victory… and The Agony Of Defeat.” Maverick Smith looks pleased with himself after hitting his Mom Susy with a massive snowball.
This Palmetto plant is not normally seen with snow – it’s by the waterfront in Vandemere. (Linda Parker photo)
Free Range Wire Deer frozen in its tracks at Dawsons Creek (Al Privette photo)

There’s more – camera happy TownDock readers are sending in more photos – click here.

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The China Grove Dragon looks just a bit humiliated. (Jane Stasser photo)

The view from Jane Tindall’s floating home looking back at Boonedocks Marina on Broad Creek. (Jane Tindall photo)
Sparky Tindall is relieved to find his legs are taller than the snow is deep. (Jane Tindall photo)
Warning – The Following Image May Be Disturbing For Some Readers:
Blinded Bunny. (Frank Roe photo)
The classic Roe house on South Avenue. (Frank Roe photo)
The Artesian Well and seating are by the giant oak on South Avenue. (Frank Roe photo)
Trying to stay warm at TownDock Headquarters. (Laura Turgeon photo)
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Low wires in this mainly monochromatic shot of Pineview Drive. (Art Whalen photo.)
Tucked behind Pineview Drive, a canal where boats were part of the snowy tableau.(Art Whalen photo.)
Max and Noah Morgan with their snowman near SailCraft marina. (Bridget Morgan photo)
Windy Hooker, with Chewy, pose next to a snowman in a Minnesott Beach yard. Optimistically speaking, the snowman may be there to greet golfers in the next few days.(Peter Overgaard photo.)
Carson Rhoades and the art of snowangels, at his grandparents home on Dolphin Point.(Les Smith photo.)
Three-year old Carson Rhoades. It’s a guess the snow mass in his hand was not destined for the snowman. (Les Smith photo.).
A palm tree snowed under in Oriental. (Wally Umbach photo.)
A wintry passage off of Fork Point Road. Judi Heit photo
Brown Creek turned white.Judi Heit photo
Reflection in a pond at Minnesott Beach. Debbie Iannitto photo
A camellia at Minnesott Beach. Debbie Iannitto photo
Allen Road in Minnesott Beach. Debbie Iannitto photo
Cross-country skiers Dave and Judy Wickersham at Shine Landing. (Diana Street photo.)
Dock on Dawson’s Creek at Shine Landing. (Diana Street photo.)

Thank you to the many TownDock.net readers who sent in their excellent images of the February 2010 snow.

Posted Saturday February 13, 2010 by Keith N. Smith


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