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blueblackwhite
post Mar 16 2008, 02:20 PM
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You can see some night wedding pictures I have taken at Zdjęcia ślubne
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post May 7 2008, 06:24 AM
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post Jun 19 2008, 09:55 AM
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Date : June 18th 2008

http://community.webshots.com/album/563844116AtVnzi

Take a look and comment here or their or both please.

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John321
post Oct 27 2008, 11:16 PM
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Here are some shots around campus I took last week.

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Winter 2008-2009
11/20 0.5" 1/10 0.6"
11/21 0.5" 1/18 0.5"
12/06 0.6" 1/19 3.1"
12/16 1.3"
12/20 0.1"
12/24 0.1"
12/31 0.1"
1/2 0.2"

Total: 7.6"
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post Oct 27 2008, 11:21 PM
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Here are some shots of a nice thunderstorm that rolled through Sea Isle City, NJ this past summer. And the cool rainbow that followed shortly after.

The Thunderstorm.

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The Rainbow.


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The Sunset.

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11/21 0.5" 1/18 0.5"
12/06 0.6" 1/19 3.1"
12/16 1.3"
12/20 0.1"
12/24 0.1"
12/31 0.1"
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post Oct 28 2008, 02:48 PM
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Beutiful pics!

That is one hell of a sight!

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11/21 0.5" 1/18 0.5"
12/06 0.6" 1/19 3.1"
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12/20 0.1"
12/24 0.1"
12/31 0.1"
1/2 0.2"

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post Oct 28 2008, 10:42 PM
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I found some shots of some significant flooding at the Skuykill River in 2006.

I walked up to the Conshohocken Bridge and took these pictures.

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12/24 0.1"
12/31 0.1"
1/2 0.2"

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post Oct 28 2008, 10:55 PM
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Here are some shots from the Blizzard of 06.


The beginning of the storm.

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And as it progressed, 18" fell.

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Here's a cool before and after pic.

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11/21 0.5" 1/18 0.5"
12/06 0.6" 1/19 3.1"
12/16 1.3"
12/20 0.1"
12/24 0.1"
12/31 0.1"
1/2 0.2"

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post Oct 29 2008, 09:00 AM
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Nice pics, John. Where I lived at the time was located just to the north (literally by 10 miles) of where low level convergence lead to the development of the slow-moving, convective snow band that slid south and eastward that morning. If it were not for this band of heavy snow, this would have been just a regular coastal low induced snowfall event. Snowfall rates of 3 to 5 inches per hour for a period of 3 or 4 hours combined with thunder and lightning really made the difference.




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post Nov 2 2008, 09:48 PM
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QUOTE(AnthonyS @ Oct 29 2008, 10:00 AM) *
Nice pics, John. Where I lived at the time was located just to the north (literally by 10 miles) of where low level convergence lead to the development of the slow-moving, convective snow band that slid south and eastward that morning. If it were not for this band of heavy snow, this would have been just a regular coastal low induced snowfall event. Snowfall rates of 3 to 5 inches per hour for a period of 3 or 4 hours combined with thunder and lightning really made the difference.


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Yea Ant. I was caught right in that band too. Unbelievable.

However, I wound up falling asleep when the 3-5" per hour rates came through. I was so *bleep*ed. I stayed up until like 4 waiting for that band. I remember people kept saying, "It's coming." but it just kept getting pushed back. Next thing I remember I woke up at like 9:00 and saw 18" out on my driveway after going to be with around 10".

And by the way, thanks for that radar loop. Love looking at it. biggrin.gif


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Winter 2008-2009
11/20 0.5" 1/10 0.6"
11/21 0.5" 1/18 0.5"
12/06 0.6" 1/19 3.1"
12/16 1.3"
12/20 0.1"
12/24 0.1"
12/31 0.1"
1/2 0.2"

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post Nov 3 2008, 12:23 AM
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QUOTE(John321 @ Nov 2 2008, 10:48 PM) *
Yea Ant. I was caught right in that band too. Unbelievable.

However, I wound up falling asleep when the 3-5" per hour rates came through. I was so *bleep*ed. I stayed up until like 4 waiting for that band. I remember people kept saying, "It's coming." but it just kept getting pushed back. Next thing I remember I woke up at like 9:00 and saw 18" out on my driveway after going to be with around 10".

And by the way, thanks for that radar loop. Love looking at it. biggrin.gif


I remember this storm, but got nothing like that. 7+" is most we got from that strom here.


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post Nov 5 2008, 11:10 PM
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What a nice storm this was. I remember the Mets on TV kept on updating the totals like every hour. I received around 16 inches of snow from this storm but at one time during the storm, the snow rates were incredible. Boy I wish we could get a storm like this again.


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post Nov 6 2008, 01:33 AM
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not to brag or anything smile.gif, but here on Cape Cod we got around 3 FEET of snow from the Blizzard of 2005. All the mets kept saying how we were gonna get a foot and then change over to rain......but guess what, i didnt get above 28 degrees and the storm raged for 36-48 hours and we ended up with around 36 inches of snow. Town of Barnstable shut down for pretty much a whole week as the only pieces of equipment that could move snow were the Front End Loaders.

and the best part of this storm..................the Farmers Alamanac pinpointed this storm within 3 DAYS, and all i did at the beginning of winter was tell everyone to watch out the last week in Januarary, and guess what, thanks to the Alamanac, i was right......................


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post Nov 27 2008, 12:10 AM
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Reminds me of Floyd in 1999. Remember this scene down in Fairmount Park?

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Dont remind me of this!! it was a horrible flood!! i lived up in the valley at this time and we got nailed about ten inches of it!! the river system up here since all of the new development is not that great... we experienced the worst flooding ever! We had rivers up to where i was living im about 1/2mile away from the nearest... it started friday and on that sunday i believe this was not cool... we went out and got stuck in between two rivers and literally the only way out was to go through it!! We went through it it was above the top of the car i dont know how it didnt stall or we didnt drift away but we were lucky i guess... never never never go through flooded roads... The next day it had stopped and went to school but my bus driver had a tough time because we had to go through a flooded river and that was the only way out or back up past the rail road tracks where freight trains go flying by!!! never will i forget this!


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post Dec 2 2008, 09:45 AM
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Good pictures


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post Dec 2 2008, 09:47 AM
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I love the pictures of the house! They are beautiful!


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A video of a severe thunderstormhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b8uWklOrIjU. I took this video on August 5th 2002.


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post Feb 20 2009, 08:15 PM
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Here are just a few pictures I took during an Ice Storm we had last month.

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post Feb 26 2009, 02:16 PM
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Nice color!


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