On Friday we had an impressive storm move in from the west.
We missed the last big snow storm as we were out of town. Today’s precipitation caused less trouble.
“…the heaviest snow is expected between 8am and noon…accumulations will range from 2 to 4 inches…”Not enough yet to stop this jogger just now. There is a wonderful collection of Wilson A. Bentley’s snow crystal photographs over at The Buffalo Museum of Science. For an in depth look at how snow crystals grow you […]
More storms building up over downtown Brooklyn last night, seen here from Flatbush and 6th Avenue.
At the Easternmost point of New York State last week, we travelled under strange skies and sudden storms.
Just minutes before I took this shot I was enjoying the sun at the Brooklyn Blogade Picnic. Dave of Dope on the Slope and Brenda of A Year in the Park hosted this month’s get together, which included new bloggers and a vast spread of snacks.
There was a great view of this afternoon’s storm from Governors Island.
A place where church spires are still some of the tallest buildings.
Another amazing lightning show took place over Brooklyn tonight. High winds also ripped this branch off onto a car on St Johns place.
We got caught out in the lightning tonight.