The winter scenes early morning after a big snowfall are always the best, before too many people start tramping through the snow drifts and before the big trucks arrive to clear the snow away.
|LaGuardia Place, south of Washington Square Park. In the distance - One Fifth Avenue, a setback apartment building from the Art Deco era.|
|The wind continues to blow, making it uncomfortable to venture outside.|
|The legs of park benches were buried in snow.|
|One of the advantages of a giant snowfall is that pedestrians are at liberty to walk down the middle of the street.|
The black and white images best present the timeless qualities of snowfall in the city.
|LaGuardia Place, looking south. (And don't worry about the "Dec 80" stamp - that's an affectation of this particular Hipstamatic app setting. The image, like the others, was taken this morning.)|
Images by Walking Off the Apple from Monday, December 27, 2010. See another picture from Sunday evening. And these from the following Tuesday morning.