This great blue heron is preparing to land on an icy and snowy Blockhouse Pond in Lewes. BY RON MACARTHUR
February 4, 2013
The USS Missouri gun barrel is covered with a thin coating of snow at Fort Miles in Cape Henlopen State Park. BY RON MACARTHUR
The snow on these Fort Miles guns had melted within an hour after the sun came up. BY RON MACARTHUR
The sidewalk is already clear leading to the Lewes Historical Society Complex. BY RON MACARTHUR
It seems like it's the snow that's holding this old barn together. BY RON MACARTHUR
Shapes and shadows take form on the boardwalk leading to the beach in Cape Henlopen State Park. BY RON MACARTHUR
Only footprints remain on The Boardwalk after the snowfall on Jan. 25. BY RON MACARTHUR
Snow covers the dunes with the Harbor of Refuge Lighthouse in the background. BY RON MACARTHUR
The Boardwalk is a cold place to be this time of year. BY RON MACARTHUR
It's just before sunrise and a thin layer of snow covers downtown Lewes. BY RON MACARTHUR
The joys of riding around in the snow, ice and road salt. BY RON MACARTHUR
Here are a few photographs taken during recent snowfalls in the Cape Region.
Ron MacArthur has lived and worked in Sussex County all his life. As a journalist for more than 40 years, he has covered everything from county and town meetings to presidential visits. He also has a unique perspective having served as an elected official and lived on both sides of the county.