Wednesday, February 10, 2010

It's just snowverkill

During the brief respite between the snowmageddon and the current snowfecta, the United States Park Police made an aerial assessment of the snow's impact on the DC area.

United States Park Police Rescue Technician/Paramedic Sergeant Klebaner (Aviation Section) photographed some of the patrol areas when United States Park Police Helicopter Eagle 1 made these flights on Sunday February 7, 2010.
Some of the scenes you will see are the Potomac River Gorge and Great Falls, Georgetown in Washington, DC, Washington’s Reagan National Airport, the Jefferson Memorial, Arlington Cemetery, Mount Vernon, the Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the approach to the United States Park Police Aviation hanger in Anacostia Park, United States Park Police Eagle 1 at the hanger, and a beautiful red fox running across the snow on Haines Point.
Visit the Park Police's web site to check out the views.  Tip o'the hat to Snowpocalypse on FB.

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