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Showing posts from December, 2017

After the First Snow in New York

The first snow of the season in New York City fell this past Saturday, and the snow kept falling and deepening into the early evening and late into the night. A snowy scene is Isham Park in Northern Manhattan. Saturday, December 9, 2017. The snow came down thick and wet, covering branches of trees and rocks and buildings with heavy layers of white frosting. Looking south from Isham Park toward The Cloisters, enveloped in a winter haze. Northern Manhattan. Saturday, December 9, 2017. Many New Yorkers greet the first snow of the season with joy, followed by a quick caveat that we'll grow weary with each subsequent event. Tree stand on Broadway in the Upper West Side. Sunday, December 10, 2017. It's the holidays, of course. New York looks great dressed up for the winter season. The following day, a Sunday, turned bright and blue. The snow still clung to the trees, including the cut trees in the holiday stands. A snowy holiday scene on W. 81st on the Upper