Last week, New York was supposed to get clobbered by a snowstorm of epic proportions. After everyone freaked out and cleared the supermarkets of all things edible, we got about 4 inches. While it wasn't exactly a winter wonderland, it did make for some snow-globe-like photos. Here are a few favorites from around the Financial District.
As of this morning, New York is having its 8th snowiest winer on record (54 inches). This storm that swept through town on Wednesday gave us about eight more inches of the white stuff. Here are some shots from the morning commute to work.
All photos were taken with the Fujifilm X100s.
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Last week, New York City got hit with 8 to 12 inches of snow, wind chills that dipped into the single digits and the kind of blizzard-like conditions that meteorologists fantasize about all year long.
I took the long way home through Greenwich Village to get some shots of the winter wonderland before it was ruined by rock salt and taxis and black, cruddy snow. I almost got frostbite in my shutter-pushing finger. But I also got these photos of a pretty magical night in New York. So it may have been worth losing the digit. I'm left handed anyway.
All photos shot with the Fuji X100s. Click on any photos to see them in lightbox mode.
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