The Next Day by goldie ()
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Still snowing, but that is not stopping the kids from having a great time making snow angels...NYC got 10''--hard for me to tell since there was a lot of drifting...some spots in Upstate NY got nearly 4 feet of snow! Guess we could have a white Christmas--the last time was in 2009 :) Photo taken from my living room window. I have to remember to change the time in my camera to reflect standard time...
Image Comments (13)
Jean_C () 10:51AM | Thu, 17 December 2020
It's been a long time since I saw a landscape under the snow! Very nice capture, Barb, and stay warm at home!
eekdog () 12:46PM | Thu, 17 December 2020
you have a cool view from you apartment Barb. but looks so cold I should wear a sweater viewing this. yeah heard on the news east is getting slammed by a huge storm. stay safe and Merry Christmas.
jendellas () 5:49PM | Thu, 17 December 2020
Wonderful. I want it to snow here from 22nd to 1st Jan to stop people travelling round at Christmas. As you may know we come to a stand still if it snows 🙃🙃
bakapo () 6:38PM | Thu, 17 December 2020
You have a wonderful view. Watching children play in the snow is always a delight for me.
Western MA got around a foot, but with lots of drifting, too.
RodS () 9:30PM | Thu, 17 December 2020
Looks very wintry - Chrismas-y, Barb! All we've had here in MO is cold and a light dusting a couple weeks ago.
Saby55 () 11:45PM | Thu, 17 December 2020
Absolutely beautiful photo!!!!!👍 In Milan for several years it hasn't snowed properly anymore, too bad because the snow during the Christmas period must not be missing 😌🙋♂️
linwhite () 1:13PM | Fri, 18 December 2020
"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times...."
I love these glimpses of New York through your eyes. It shows hope and joy in very difficult times, indeed. Stay safe...
misumu () 12:33PM | Sat, 19 December 2020
I feel guilty, I live just across the bay from Brooklyn, we got about six inches of snow, maybe seven. It's a lovely picture.
MajinBoo () 7:12PM | Mon, 21 December 2020
Looks beautiful in the daylight too really get a better sense of scale with all the people in the photo. Enjoy your white Christmas we might get some snow in Chicago but not as much as NY got already.