New York City, USA
This picture was taken last year after one of the many snow storms in the New York area. The ground was blanketed by a fresh layer of soft white powder making everything shiny and bright again. The busy promenade at Bryant Park was uncharacteristically quiet. This year, however, the weather has been pretty mild. It’s already the end of February, and there haven’t been too many cold days which makes me optimistic that spring will come earlier.
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Manhattan, New York
This past weekend a snow storm came and blanketed the city in a layer of white powder. I quickly changed into my cold weather gear, grabbed my camera, and headed out into the wintry city. I walked the length of midtown Manhattan, hoping to get a few winter scenery photos. As I trudged by Rockefeller center passing the oft-photographed art-deco statue of Atlas, I took this photo from the entrance of 30 Rock showing the vantage point from the back of the bronze sculpture looking across Fifth Avenue to St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
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This week Juno came to town. There were predictions that it was gearing up to be one of the worst blizzards in New York City history, anticipating up to 3 feet of snow. Understandably people went crazy – raided grocery and liquor stores, and got ready to hunker down in their apartment for a few days. Monday came around and the city got blanketed by a layer of snow, but nothing record breaking. In anticipation of the storm, everything from the subway to the public schools shut down. Kids and adults rejoiced, it was a snow day. By mid-afternoon, the snow had stopped and the blizzard of the decade was a mere 6 inches of snow. Continue reading