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The tops of the sculptures look like the heads of old ladies—their graying hair piled high into a bun.
Meanwhile, at the center of this great assembly stands the creation of Patrick Dougherty, looking ever more whimsical covered in snow.
Students congregate on the South Lawn to sled and partake in snowball fights.
An unlikely shelter amidst the storm.
Students huddle together as they enter the gardens during the storm.
Footprints decorate the snowy pathway, hinting that there are others admiring the landscape.
Usually the most colorful part of the gardens, the Terrace Gardens are a whirl of white, gray and dark green.
Visitors pause to snap photos of the gardens blanketed in this rare ten inches of snow.