The Aftermath of Nemo in Photos

The awaited blizzard leaves its mark on Boston.

O Saturday morning Boston residents awoke to an impressive 24.9 inches of snow at their doorsteps. With the MBTA shut down, a driving ban enforced, and parked cars buried up to their noses, residents took to the streets with shovels, sleds, and iPhone cameras. Here's a roundup of the storm's aftermath, as seen through camera lenses around town:

Boylston Stop

The MBTA suspended service on Friday at 3:30 PM until Sunday afternoon. Photo via Steve Annear/ BostInno


Headstand Abby

Headstand Abby has made a name for herself on Instagram doing headstands all over the city. Friday night, she landed this beautiful shot. Photo via HeadstandAbby/Twitter


On Saturday morning, kids in Charlestown took advantage of idyllic sledding conditions. Photo via Vanessa Williams/Twitter


Allston residents trek down a slushy Harvard Ave on Saturday afternoon, probably hoping for a hot cup of coffee. Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya


In Newton, clean up is underway! Sort of. Photo via M Gonzalez McEvoy/Twitter


In the late afternoon, plows line the street one after the other. Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya

Beacon Hill

Historic Beacon Hill covered in a fresh coat of white. Photo via Hogger & Co./Facebook


O car, where art thou? As evening rolls around, it seems some residents have decided to put off shoveling their cars for another day. Photo by Regina Mogilevskaya


Midnight falls on Fenway. Photo via Greg Case/Flickr

Interesting in seeing the storm unfold in just under 3 minutes? Watch this time-lapse video coming to you from South Boston. Video via Andrew Dobos/Vimeo