A Real Snow Job
On this page you'll find four pictures from the January 7, 1996, blizzard in New York City. At the bottom of the page are links to other pages with other shots I took around home during and after the blizzard, sorted roughly by category.
Enjoy the pictures!
The official definition says that in a blizzard you can't see objects at a distance of more than a quarter-mile. Here you can see what visibility was like in New York City that Sunday afternoon (this would be at about 4:30). This is what it actually looked like at the corner of 23rd Street and 6th Avenue, looking east.
The Flatiron Building, anchor of the Flatiron District, several adjacent blocks of graphics houses, restaurants, coffehouses, bookstores and toy companies. Monday, January 8, 1996 (the morning after the blizzard).
The church of St. Vincent de Paul, on 23rd between 6th and 7th Avenues. This was taken Sunday afternoon.
The Graveyard Around the Corner . . . Inside/Outside . . . The Cop Car