In 1969 the airport at Asheville reported a record 5.4 inches of snow. Records are meant to be broken, that’s why we keep them, right? December 25, 2010 is now in the record books as the snowiest Christmas Day in Asheville with 6.5 inches recorded at the airport. Of course there are many areas with higher, and lesser, amounts of snow, such is the nature of living in the mountains we call home.
Asheville White Christmas 2010
25 Dec This entry was photographed by Bill Rhodes, Michael Tracey, Tracie Acreman and zen. posted on December 25, 2010 at 11:35 am, filed under Asheville, frontpage, Photo Essays, Uncategorized and tagged cold, downtown, snow, winter. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post. Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.
About the Photographers:
Bill is a photographer based in Asheville, NC. His work has appeared in many national and regional publications over the years. You can see more of his work at billrhodesphoto.com
Michael has lived in the Asheville area for over 20 years, is one of the owners of Ponderwell, local Asheville web design company. Photography is a hobby to keep him away from computers on his off-time.
Originally hailing from Hobart, Tasmania, I changed tack and adventured to a different kind of South, relocating with my family to Asheville in November 2009. Event photography is one way of exploring my new surroundings and engaging with people in the vibrant town I now call home. You can see more photos on my Flickr page
zen is an art photographer who loves event photography. Sometimes it helps him find interesting abstracts and other 'secondary' subjects.