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A snowy day in the Meatpacking District of New York City

A snowy day in the meatpacking district of New York City

A snowy day in the meatpacking district of New York City

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  1. shannon says:

    I’m not sure if Gary replies, but some of you made some comments and would like to help point out “published” does not mean that is when the photo was taken. Although this is a great “timeless” photo of the activities going on :)

    And yes this is one of Gary’s random pictures he randomly picks per da :) as I have no idea when he took it. Nonetheless I like this pic!

  2. Greg says:

    Was this photo really taken on October 4th of this year?! Wow I have friends in NYC and they never mentioned the snow… interesting!
    I imagine this might have caused delays for some travelers… and maybe cancellations? I’m referring to flights, of course. Is it just me or is weather getting worse and more unpredictable? Insurance and SOStravelers are must haves it seems but I heard 1 in 5 people don’t get any insurance whatsoever? Okay now I’m babbling :)

  3. Chris says:

    Another beautiful shot. Snow offers up such amazing photo opportunities.

  4. A perfect start of a good day.

    It’s looking very cool day but overall this is unforgettable view.

  5. Kris Koeller says:

    I love this shot. We had great snow in NYC last winter, and with the fall weather approaching I’m getting excited already. Bring on the cold!

  6. Funny. Here in Hawaii, just peeked our heads out to see the sunrising and it’s so warm, lok like it’s going to be a beautiful hot sunny day.
    Looking at this picture, reminds us of our upbringing in the Eastern province of Newfoundland, Canada…Oh my! We certainly don’t miss that cold icy weather, although we’ve always loved it looking out the window.

    Nice pic!


    Nancy & Shawn

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