Lots of people were out and about in the park to play in the snow.
I like that red sled.
My neighborhood survived the recent snow storm.
Almost everything outside was covered with snow.
The aftermath of the storm left a lot of people digging their cars out of the snow.
Most people were appropriately dressed for the weather, except for this one guy who chose to wear shorts.
I came across a few snowmen.
I think this is my favorite.
The snow seems to bring out the fun and creativity in many New Yorkers.
I love days like this when there’s a nip in the air, but it’s bright and sunny.
It snowed last Saturday. I no longer have dogs to walk in rain, heat, snow, etc… and I had a fridge full of food. So I had no real reason to go out, if I didn’t have to. But I did. I went to pick up my new glasses. I took these photos with my new cell phone that a friend gave me for Christmas. It takes pretty good photos. Not bad at all.
125th Street near Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. Blvd.
In the background are men clearing up the snow.
Morningside Heights Park.
I forgot to wear my boots. Yikes! But I survived my walk.
The weather is colder…
… Everyone is bundled up…
The Farmer’s Market is still around, despite the colder weather…
… All their products are on display for the shoppers…
I’ve never liked brussels sprouts. Perhaps this will be the year when I do.
Leafy greens, anyone?
Take your pick.
If you get too cold, you can warm up with some Hot Apple Cider
– two bucks for a large cup and one buck for a small.