I forgot all about the weather until I looked out the window and saw the snow falling. Thinking it would blow over,
stop any minute, it kept falling, falling and calling my lazy bones out into the fresh air.
Love all these photographs Patti……first one in particular. Puts us right back into the snow of it. Keep warm!
The snow seems to like it here, thank you Burgess.
I bet that bloke in red shorts is an Aussie and probabaly from beyond the black stump or at the back of Burke. If he doesn’t watch it he could well end up on the train to Rookwood. Stone the crows!
Interesting conjecture Gerard! I thought he had just come from a run in Central Park – young Aussies all hang out together downtown where it is way cooler than anywhere else.
Wonderful photographs Patti .
Thank you so much Jake!
What an amazing story of life in the snow!
A long story to tell this winter, thank you Pauline!
yes so fresh…love the snow globe feeling. 🙂
That’s just how it feels, thank you so much sloppy buddhist!
All fabulous! It’s unusual, isn’t it, for it to be still snowing like this in March? (Even the first day of March?)
Thank you so much Gaynor and no, not at all unusual to be getting snow like this in March. I remember more than a few St Patrick’s Day marches in the snow and we have more snow coming this week . . . Hope all cool with you!
All fine here, ta. Enjoying your posts. x
Glad you got out, Patty! Thanks – these are wonderful.
Thank you Pierr, the fresh air was good!
Patti, so glad you got your lazy bones out 🙂 Fantastic photos! I especially love the first one. So much character in that face!
Doesn’t she look so good, and so unbothered?
Snow seems to motivate you, Patti. 😀 That one guy is wearing some snazzy red shorts.
Those shorts are a stand-out that’s for sure. I keep looking for the local guy who used to hang out in all sorts of weather wearing a minxy negligee but I think he’s gone to ground and yes, the snow is so motivating. It beats going to the gym, for me anyway!
You’ve really captured the mood of a snowy day. Here the snow just melted, and I’m enjoying a bit of blue sky here and there between the clouds. But there is something about the snow that makes all the world seem different… and you have it here in your photos.
Lovely to know you are enjoying some blue sky after your snow Shimon, don’t you just love the peace and quiet of the snow!
fantastic shots, Patti. such a great atmosphere!
Thank you so much dothob!
Impressive photo series! Gosh, must be freezing to be out there. love all images here, you captured them very well!
Amazing what you get used to, thank you Indah – a balmy 34 degs today!
What a lovely set of images, Patti!
I see some people that are smiling despite the weather.
Perhaps the snow grizzlies stay indoors . . . thank you Malin!
Great snow series, I am glad you can share some of the winter wonderland. 😉 I especially liked the red socks.
The winter wonderland just keeps on giving . . . thank you Bente!
Great set again, Patti. Love the first shot with the red and yellow in the back.
That’s so lovely to hear, thank you Harrie!
How long did you spend out in the snow? Fresh air, but I’d have frozen out there.
I lose track of time but it was about 3 hours. It was a hard slow slog walking around because most of the footpaths weren’t clear and I am terrified of slipping on ice . . . 😦 As for keeping warm, it’s the same old clothes, day in day out . . . 🙂
Love the first in particular! x
Thank you so much, she has a look all her own!
Couple of wonderful characters out and about – love the guys in their headgear. You’re getting luvly snow – all I’m getting is horizontal rain 😦 You should think about posting that paddy-wagon to the Back the Blue (Law Enforcement) group on flickr – they’d love it, as do I 🙂
Oh that rain, it never seems to stop once it gets going . . . 😦 Thank you for the Flickr link Martin, will check it out. You keep dry! 🙂
Stunning set, Patti! There’s such a sense of love for the people and the place – in other words, classic Pattis!
Such a wonderful snow chaos, Patti. I like especially the “snow shorts with the red socks” and the “snow tenement”. Just a beautiful photo series.
These photos just say New York. You always capture that essence.
Uuuh… lots of snow in the streets… I’ve read in my german newspaper today, that this year the must be a strong and long winter in NYC. Your pictures are very impressive.
Great capture of expression in your opening shot. They are all fantastic, but I keep going back to that one. Hope spring makes an appearance soon Patti.
Wow some extensive coverage with this post Patti. I love to see your city through your eyes; rain or shine, hail or snow!!
And once you got out there, you were on a tear!!! Love em’!
Your snow series inspires me. The beauty of winter.
So much color amidst the white flakes. My photos all seem monochromatic lately- gray upon gray. Thanks for the likes on the blog, Patti.
Shorts! That’s keen!
Wonderful images Patti 🙂
Ugh! Seeing people wearing shorts in this kind of weather give me a chill right up my spine!
New Yorkers are tough! There are some gems here, Patti – I like the first and the third together.
How people deal with winter. So many ways you’ve found!
Love the falling snow … the show must go on … well done getting out there Patti 😉
When I watched your pictures it was feeling of presence in there. Because there was light snow behind the window today that feeling was even stronger. Lovely pictures!
loved the mood 🙂
Lots of snow this winter. It looks great on photos.
What a great day in NY you have captured… The first, fifth and seventh caught my attention more than the others. Well done.
Thank you so much Fernan, more snow but life goes on!
Wonderful set of photographs, especially these smiling portraits, it made my day
very well captured images-well done
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