When life hands you snow …

IMAGE: Snow sculptor Adam Bartley and his creation. Photo by Bill Brown

PHOTOS • BILL BROWN

JAN 29 — When life hands you 20 inches of snow, make a snow sculpture. That’s what Takoma, D.C., resident Adam Bartley did. He turned the snow deposited on his Dalia Street yard into “Snowzilla,” the nickname given the Jan. 23 blizzard by the Washington Post. He dyed the approximately five-feet-tall, 15-feet-long creation a light green. The creation, drew a great deal of attention from passersby and neighbors, who posted photos through both social and mainstream media.

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Bill Brown
Bill Brown moved to Takoma Park in 1982. He has been involved in journalism in one way or another since he co-published an underground high-school newspaper in the late 1960s.

1 Comment on "When life hands you snow …"

  1. Jane from Maryland | January 31, 2016 at 12:25 pm |

    This is gorgeous! Love that Takoma creativity!

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