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Now that the snow has melted, the timing seems right to post my photos from--was it merely a week ago??--the Blizzard of 2006. Actually, it wasn't technically a blizzard--I can't remember why, but it WAS the heaviest snowfall in NYC history, so say the people who study such things.
Our snow-admiring tour begins in Prospect Park, in a lovely and underutilized area called the Veil of Cashmere.
We then proceed down Union Street in Park Slope, toward Seventh Avenue.
A local food shop advertises its Valentine's Day wares against a reflective backdrop of ice and snow and cold.
Walking along Sixth Avenue, glancing down the side-streets...
And home again, when melted snow on the camera lens brings a happy accident in this photo of Gumdrop.
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jeeff: 21st Feb 2006 - 20:34 GMT
#1 and #9 are really timeless shots. i'm surprised this is the biggest snowfall nyc's had. it's a lot of snow, sure, but it doesn't seem like a record-breaker.
GGP: 21st Feb 2006 - 22:29 GMT
you're probably right about vale, kc. can't sneak anything by you!! ;)
Elicar: 22nd Feb 2006 - 00:01 GMT
Makes me wish for snow, which luckily (or unluckily) we have been spared off. I thinked I shovelled only 5 times this winter.
elaine: 22nd Feb 2006 - 10:08 GMT
WOW! i capslock to your awesome posting! fabulous, gorgeous, sumptuous, yummy.
Peter: 22nd Feb 2006 - 14:48 GMT
it looks like gumdrop is daydreaming a rainbow hologram into existence...
Catherine Penfold-Waxman: 22nd Feb 2006 - 15:08 GMT
Yep. This is a great selection of fab pictures. Really beautiful.
jack: 22nd Feb 2006 - 15:13 GMT
reminds me of the blizzard of 48. kids used garbage can covers for sleds. people walked in the streets. i remember the snow so deep that i could'nt see over it and i felt like i was walking in tunnels. of course i was only 6. it was a good time of life.
KC Vale: 19th Apr 2006 - 15:39 GMT
Have you ever typed your name in Google and looked at what comes up?
I assume it is because of the other KC writing about the "Vale of cashmere" that triggered a match.
Joyce: 2nd Jun 2006 - 12:59 GMT
This is a fabulouw appreciation of nature and of course Brooklyn at its best...have been searching for a description of the Veil of Cashmere...thanks a bunch for the answer....PS..love the Kitty at the end.I have the twin here at home...
joey: 30th Mar 2007 - 04:15 GMT
bookmark this page and come back to look at it when you're scorching hot this summer
iman: 5th Apr 2007 - 16:03 GMT
to dicksux and ding dong dick, go back to sucking on your moms tit while waiting to grow up a little. by the way, those pictures look like minesota on spring break.
Andrew: 27th Jan 2008 - 14:32 GMT
I was in New York City during the blizzard. We probably got 36 inches of now
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