By Jefferson standards, this winter has been mild. There were however those few days and nights when Mother Nature reminded all what time of year it really is.

Ignore the 50 to 60 degree days, the normal is closer to the ice storm that came through Jefferson Township on Sunday February 12th, coating everything with a jewel like layer of temporary sparkle.

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Anthony Lawson is a New Jersey Press Association multiple award-winning photographer. He has been actively capturing the spirit of Jefferson Township for over a decade; first in the “AIM Jefferson” and now in “The Jefferson Chronicle”. A 25 year resident of the township, he has a four-decade long photography career which included event photography, landscape art, and most recently photo journalism. He can be reached at anthony.lawson@thejeffersonchronicle.com.

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