…as Snow is to Boston

If you don’t live in Boston, you’ve probably never seen the city like this.

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Blizzards are common, but that doesn’t stop the tour buses from coming to MIT.

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Before coming to school here, I’d never really seen snow. (Now would probably be a good time to buy snow boots.)

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Yet, a harsh winter is majestic in its own way and unbelievable that no two snowflakes are alike.

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There were probably better times to cross the Mass Ave Bridge, but I couldn’t resist the thrill of shooting in a blizzard. It took a good 15 minutes to regain sensation in my fingers after. When a strong gust came I just plopped down on the snow.

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After the storm, there was no public transportation for 2 days. Everyone walked in the streets usually swarmed by impatient cars and their Mass-bred drivers.

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March doesn’t mean the end of winter the same way it used to when I lived in Texas, but spring will come in due time…

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