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Sarah Burke sent in this photo from Boston. She ventured out after the storm and captured these seals in a tank at the New England Aquarium.
Photograph by Sarah Burke, My Shot
Sledding in the Park
In New York City Elena Soloman snapped a bright spot in snow-blanketed Central Park: a young girl on her sled.
Photograph by Elena Solomon, Your Shot
Up on a Rooftop
The blizzard, dubbed "Nemo" by The Weather Channel, left snow piled high on the roof of Kelly Plourde’s Connecticut condo. She wrote that the wind-carved snow reminded her of "waves against the bright blue sky."
Photograph by Kelly Pourde, Your Shot
Shaking It Off
Ashley Thompson’s dog, Zeppelin, shakes off snow after the blizzard visited New Jersey.
Photograph by Ashley Thompson, Your Shot
Change of Plans
Photographer Scotland Willis caught this snowboarder on a makeshift mogul behind a shopping center in Boston. The man’s planned ski trip had been canceled due to the storm.
Photograph by Scotland Willis, Your Shot
Central Park Snow
In New York’s Central Park Casey Gomez captured a peaceful moment by the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir.
Photograph by Casey Gomez, Your Shot
Dan Squire caught this post-storm action in Somerville, Massachusetts. "Residents celebrated the aftermath of Nemo with laughter, hot chocolate, snow sculptures, and of course," he wrote, "a huge snowball fight."
Photograph by Dan Squire, Your Shot
A snow pile makes the perfect slope for a bundled-up sledder. Kelly Plourde snapped this photo in Connecticut.