Snow Day photos: January 10, 2024 (and other dates)

Snow creations at the SOU dorms, students with a snowman.

Snow Day photos: January 10, 2024 (and other dates)

Ashland Tree of the Year 1991: Interior Live Oak. Photo from 2001.
Our 1991 Tree of the Year was an Interior Live Oak. This photo was taken in 2001. (photo at City of Ashland website)
The 1991 Tree of the Year came down in a January 2008 snowstorm.
The 1991 Tree of the Year came down in a January 28, 2008 snowstorm, blocking Ashland Street. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2008)
The 1991 Tree of the Year (Interior Live Oak) is reborn as of 2024.
The 1991 Tree of the Year (Interior Live Oak) is reborn and looking beautiful in the snow in January of 2024. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
"Open Minded" public art in Ashland, in the snow.
“Open Minded” public art sculpture at Fire Station #2, wearing a “hat” of snow. (photo by Peter Finkle, December 2021)
"Mickelson-Chapmen Memorial Fountain" public art in Ashland, in the snow.
Lady Liberty of the “Mickelson-Chapmen Memorial Fountain” public artwork is topped with a “hat” of snow. (photo by Peter Finkle, February 2023.)
"Street Scene" public art in Ashland, in the snow.
Some of the “Street Scene” public art bronzes are adorned with snow. (photo by Peter Finkle, February 2023)
"We Are Here" public art in Ashland, in the snow.
The Canada Goose, Stag and Takelma Woman of “We Are Here” public art sculpture are all accented with snow. (photo by Peter Finkle, February 2023)
Hunter Park tennis courts in the snow.
The last time I looked the Hunter Park tennis courts were green and red. Did they get painted overnight? (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Tree art at Walker Elementary School, in the snow.
Tree art at Walker Elementary School looks lovely in the snow. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Mountain View Cemetery in Ashland, in the snow.
Mountain View Cemetery in Ashland has a different look on a snowy morning. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Ashland Tree of the Year 2006, a Pacific Madrone at Mountain View Cemetery, in the snow.
Here is Ashland’s Tree of the Year for 2006, a Pacific Madrone at Mountain View Cemetery, on the January 2024 snow day. (photo by Peter Finkle, 2024)
Snow creations at the SOU dorms.
Snow creations at the SOU dorms. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Snow creations at the SOU dorms, students building the biggest snowman of them all.
These students were building the biggest snowman of the dorm creations today. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Snow creations at the SOU dorms, a leaning snowman.
The leaning snowman gets backing from many bright colors. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Snow creations at the SOU dorms, making a "throne of snow."
These two creative students were part of a team making a “throne of snow.” (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Snow day at the SOU dorms, students with a snowman.
Maddie and Peter posed for me with their not-yet-completed snowman. (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
Snow creations at the SOU dorms, making a "village of snow people."
Maddie and Peter made a whole “village of snow people.” (photo by Peter Finkle, January 2024)
2 Comments
  • Wendy Eppinger
    Posted at 15:50h, 11 January Reply

    hey: Great! LOved the ring of snowmen.

    • Peter Finkle
      Posted at 10:30h, 12 January Reply

      Hi Wendy,
      That was my favorite part of the student snow-art.
      Peter

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