Share Your Snow Photos on Northville Patch

See 5 ways to share your images of the wintry scenes.

Icicles hang outside Northville Patch Editor Aysha Jamali's window. Credit: Aysha Jamali
Icicles hang outside Northville Patch Editor Aysha Jamali's window. Credit: Aysha Jamali
Northville is a winter wonderland thanks to the heavy snowfall this week.

Love it or hate it, the snow is here to stay. Rather than grumble, head out and snap some photos to share on Northville Patch. Whether you capture snowy landscapes, pets playing in the snow or snowmen and snow-women, we want to see it!

Head over to Northville Patch's photo blog to share your photos. At the top, click in the "Write a new post" box and you'll be on your way to uploading your photos. If you'd like, let us know who is in the photo and any other pertinent details you'd like to share.

The photo will be posted immediately to our homepage for everyone to see. You'll also have the option to share your photos on Facebook as you post on Patch. 

Here are four other ways to share your photos:

1. Post to the Boards

One of the fastest ways to share your photos is to post to our new Boards section. Click here for our great local boards. Start typing and add your photos or videos. Choose the board that best fits your topic. Hit “Post Now.” You're done!

2. Post on Facebook

Check out Northville Patch's Facebook page. Simply post a photo to our wall to let everyone see your shots. 

3. Post on Instagram

Find Northville Patch on Instagram at @northvillepatch. Tag the pictures with #northvillepatch, so everyone can easily find them.

4. Email

Email your photos to aysha.jamali@patch.com. Include captions if you like and I'll share them on the site.


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