I would agree with snow limits being hit. I like snow in December when it feels Christmas-y but there comes a point in mid-January where I start to feel like, ok, Christmas is over, come on Spring!
Good heavens! I don't know that I've seen anything like it! We get that much snow, but I don't see cars parked on the street like that...what an effect! I really love it! :-) (I'm sure the drivers don't...)
Wow! That is a lot of snow! I can see why you're tired of it, but I'm a little jealous - we didn't get any snow this year! :)
So now wouldn't be an exciting time to tell you that it's 55 here today!!! I'm in shock though..it's switzerland, its supposed to be snowy!
It's supposed to snow again tomorrow night! Ugh.Some friends (don't know how many) and I will be knitting at the NYBG tomorrow afternoon, in the cafe by the main entrance, if you'd like to join us. I'll be there at 11am. I'll have knitting. :)
We are tired of it here too in NC. It's just not fun any more. Thankfully we are supposed to have 40 degree days this weekend. Hang in there!
At least it's still sunny between snowfalls although I imagine that the snow get old and grey pretty quickly in New York.
Love hipstamatic and your photos are divine. I can imagine enough is enough.. I was like that in December in Paris. Carla
YOur photos are beautiful so sensitive and love your choice of authors. Carla
that is a lot of snow! great shots.
Whoa!! Seeing the photos really puts things in perspective. I imagine public transportation is even crazier, eh? I know what you mean...I don't remember feeling so over winter this early! Here's hoping for an early spring. ;)
I'm still loving it:) and you have to admit that it is very photogenic!
That last photo really captures it all. I imagine myself sliding down the middle of the street like a kid.Agree - let's hope for an early spring.
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