Residents and visitors posted photos and videos of the latest snowfall in D.C., which resulted in several inches of snow in some parts of the city. (The Washington Post)

With delays and closings across the area alleviating the number of people on the roads and sidewalks, the morning snow was more enjoyable than annoying. Lots of area photographers were able to capture a few shots of the winter wonderland on their way to work.

Flakes began to fly around 3 a.m. in our southern suburbs and moved north from there, providing a good coating of snow by the time the commute began. Some kids in D.C. were even able to squeeze in a few rounds of sledding before they had to get to school!

Thanks to everyone who shared their snowy morning commute with us on Flickr, Twitter and Facebook!

A pleasantly plump robin takes a moment to enjoy the snow in Fairfax Station. (Bruce Sorrell via Flickr)

Rock Creek Park. (John Leszczynski via Flickr)

A snowy gnome in Arlington. (Kevin Wolf via Flickr)

Some customers of a breakfast buffet in Edgewater, Md. (Donna Cole)

A snowy morning on U Street. (Clif Burns via Flickr)

A two-hour delay was plenty of time to get some sledding in this morning. (Jim Havard via Flickr)

Chatham Manor. (Buddy Secor via Facebook)