One of the great things about Nuts About Southwest is our Flickr feed at the top of the homepage. In case you hadn’t noticed, those photos change every time the page opens or is refreshed. All of these photos are contributed by our readers, and if you haven’t joined the fun, click on the Flickr link above the photos on the homepage.
As most of you are painfully aware, this has been a brutal winter, even in places you wouldn’t expect. Our reader/photographers have been busy this winter photographing and sharing winter scenes with us, and I thought it would be cool to highlight some of these scenes—hopefully as a “good bye” to this winter.
Let's start in a spot where you wouldn't expect snow--Southern California. Lisa Drummond submitted this post of N926WN landing on February 10 at Ontario, California with a snow-capped Mt. Baldy in the background.
Here in Dallas, we got clobbered with a record one day snowfall in February. "SWA Blog Boy" snapped this shot just a day after the photo above on February 11 at our Maintenance Hanagr at Love Field.
In winter, you expect snow in Cleveland, and on January 5, you would have been right. The photo below was submitted by "p. csizmadia."
"Hoosierguy Jeff" snapped this aerial view of snow across the Midwest on January 19.
The first big storm of the season hit the Northeast back in December. "wingsnstuff" provides this great view of deicing at the Washington Dulles Airport on December 5.
And finally, we have this night shot of a very snowy ramp taken back in Novemeber. We aren't sure of what airport it is, but it looks cold!