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Monday, December 27, 2010

City Sidewalks

You may have heard we got some snow on the East coast.  We woke up to a blanket of it this morning, transforming the usually noisy, busy streets into a sleepy village. Here are a few pictures I took this morning -- not your usual manic Monday in Manhattan.

Eli's Bread Truck

Birds in Trees

Restaurant on the corner


curved tree 

Downward facing man

9th Ave. Brownstones

10 comments:

Rosie said...

And certain furry people are dreaming .... and a certain other furry person is saying, "Oh no, do I really have to go out?"

teri said...

yeah. he's next on my list.

Arlene said...

Beautiful photos! I especially like the one of the brownstones - love the patterns of it. Certainly doesn't look like a busy NYC street!

Holli said...

Man you gotta lot of snow!!

Lizzi said...

I love it - it's like a study in black and white.

Janet Ghio said...

Wonderful photos! I love the brownstone also!

Tammy Freiborg said...

Great angle on the trees and walking man!

lee said...

I have been waiting to see these since I saw on the News you were copping it!Thanks for sharing!They are amazing!

Lisa said...

I keep looking at that amount of snow and thinking "what's the big deal?" Please tell me that it took more than what appears to be about 6" of snow to shut down the city.

teri said...

LOL we got 20 inches here Lisa. I know it doesn't look much in these pictures because the plows kept coming through and the wind was blowing. The rail lines getting in and out were frozen and we're an island -- so it's tough with mass transit.