Snowpacalypse, Christmas 2012: The Dallas Snow Storm Through Your Instagrams

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The snow came in surprising Denvery blankets over Christmas. It was part of a massive winter storm that froze and sent snow cascading over the South. So, yeah, Dallas briefly turned into the Star Wars-planet Hoth yesterday. Over on Facebook and Twitter, we asked you fine folks to contribute on Instagram by hash-tagging us #dallasobserver.

You didn't disappoint. Here's our picks from your round of coverage from the Snowpacalypse 2012 (Christmas edition). If you have a shot you want us to add, tag us or email me here.

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