Park Avenue
Shovel, Please
Big Snow - Little Dogs
5th Ave.
Making it to Melons
Alice & Friends
Blanket  on Central Park
Park Ave 2
Oscar in his Midtown Cat Bird's Seat
Looking Up
Winter E on 73rd
Deep Stuff
Big Snow 2
S Duty
Bushes Covered
Big Snow 3
E 73 St Whiteout
Dangerous
From Terrace
Buses in Business
E on 73rd
Snowy Screen
In the Spirit
Big Snow
Still Snowing
S 2nd Ave
N 2nd Ave
Edge of the Park
Cars Buried
South on 2nd
Big Snow - 2 Dogs
Porch Early  & Later
Park Avenue
"Now, where did I park?"
Breathtaking & Treacherous
73rd St Covered
Trashcan Indicator
Gorgeous Gateway
2nd Ave from a Kitchen
Transport Interrupted
As Yet Untouched
Bridges in Central Park
First Footsteps
First Plow in Central Park
Boathouse From Without & Within
Frozen Fountain
Blooming Berry Bushes
Trail in the Ramble
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In New York City, a "big snow" is rare and fleeting.  
In late December 2009, photos were taken in the
wee hours of the morning and again at dawn.
By 4:00PM the following day, snow was nearly all gone.

Breathtaking, natural Art in a constant state of change.
Most photos below are from "The Big One" of 2006.
Slightly Softer View
73rd St Reflections
Urban Forest
More Benches
Architecture Outline
Meltdown
Out the Window
Alice's Story
Buried Trail
The Ramble
Red Berries
Park Entrance
Terrace 2
From the Terrace
Natural Parallels
5th Ave W.
Peaceful Stroll
Hibernating Boats
Parallels 2
Boathouse Side Door
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