Sir Snow, Spare Us The Repetition

First, it was Nor’easter at night, then Nor’easter next morning, followed by Polar Vortex and Arctic Blast, and today, there was another snowstorm.

Feel free to sitDSCN1368

Branch-nowedDSCN1405

Any time’s family timeDSCN1388

Just a click to your dreamDSCN1406

Dive in

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Anytime, anywhereDSCN1371

Is somebody in there?DSCN1350

Took a turn for the better?DSCN1378

Where dreams are made ofDSCN1397

Bed to be tucked inDSCN1403

When top doesn’t share the burdenDSCN1419

Is there another word for beauty?DSCN1410

Nap, ladyDSCN1426

Postcard view from the apartmentDSCN1446

Railings never looked more gorgeousIMG_6382

Who cares!DSCN1425

More Nor’easter pictures

As per the National Weather Service, “Much of the United States will see the coldest temperatures in almost 20 years. They are expected to be 30 to 50 degrees below average in some cities.”

All the best!

When benches are white-cushionedImage

Make hay while the sun shinesImage

What can be done, should be doneImage

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Same bench story, but these: more individualImage

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When trains don’t arrive, find them hereImage

Snow’s shade: the subtle natureImage

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This bench is ownedImage

Nor’easter in progress

A few hours into it, Nor’easter has already dumped 4 inches of snow. This may continue for a couple of days before we have a foot of snow to stare at. Temperature: 17 degree F; Wind: 15 mph.

In Newport, by the Hudson RiverImage

Snow River RocksImage

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Before…

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… After

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Me and my memory trailImage

Snowstorm moves inImage

The holiday celebration must go onImage

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