Snowing In New York City
Snowing In New York City, Disabled but not Crippled
In this town snowstorms are civilized enough that umbrellas are the head covering of choice, but a pinched plastic bag will do for a quick trip to the corner store. It is snowing again in New York City and the folks are ready, or not. Mother Nature has descended again.
Snowploughs comb New York City streets after the new dusting, relieving commuters worries and settling the mixy mass onto unsuspecting parked cars. While folks scramble for discarded outerwear, sidelined galoshes, parkas with zippers that did not get fixed after their discovery in the last snowfall, intrepid photographers head out aware only of the mystery that awaits. A new page yet to be published, all fresh and begging to be revealed, a monochromatic palette of hunkered down humanity, foliage folding in the elements, centuries old architecture witnessing, yet again, the humbling event of a winter snowfall.
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