Unless you've been living under a rock (or US weather doesn't particularly interest you), you've probably heard that Massachusetts has had a brutal winter. I have lived in Massachusetts my entire life--and though I've endured many blizzards, this has been something completely different. In January 2015, Winter Storm Juno dumped 3 ft (91 cm) of snow in some parts of Massachusetts; in my hometown of Fall River, we received 24.1 inches (61 cm). Since then, we encountered three additional storms. And as the inches have piled on, Boston has had the dubious honor of reaching their snowiest month on record at 45 inches (1.16 m); the city marked another milestone: third snowiest winter on record, with 89.2 inches so far.
Instead of just reading about the blizzards, I choose to document it in both my journal and photographs; I frequently photograph some of the aftermath with my ThinkPad Tablet 2.