Sunday, December 26, 2010

3 hours later. . .

20 comments:

Beth said...

Looks pretty with all the red brick buildings. Not due to reach us in Maine until this evening. Stay cozy!

bARE-eYED sUN said...

what? its snowing? :-0



gotta get outside. sheesh!

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Lynette said...

I love this sort of photo, the passage of time seen from the window. Great! Totally great!

Luis Gomez said...

We have been waiting for it in DC. Not much happening though. Nice shot.

Cesc said...

Like blizzard...!!! Wonderful

Brenda's Arizona said...

The red building, the snow lost in the winter sky - awesome. Haunting. Cold.

Birdman said...

The brick and snow work here.

Farmchick said...

I love the contrast between the red brick and the snow.

RedPat said...

A timeless shot - could be from any era - Super!

Rob said...

Beginning to look a lot like Christmas...

cara said...

Gorgeous! Looks like a Christmas Card.

Happy (belated) Christmas, Ken Mac!

Lydia said...

So beautiful. I can't wait to see Monday's version (?).

Best wishes over the remainder of the holidays.

Huellas said...

vaya colores.

ShutterYakLady said...

I love brick buildings. We don't get much snow in Florida, but even we got some snow flurries in North Florida. I took video of my son seeing them for the first time. I think I'll post it on my blog. Hope you had a good Christmas, Ken.

Jean Spitzer said...

Enjoy the silence that the snowfall brings.

Virginia said...

I hear you had a big one up in the Big Apple. Love this shot. TImeless.

I hope you had a blessed Christmas KM.
Hugs,
V

Kitty said...

Ah, that was yesterday. Today, we are completely snowed under in Brooklyn. Buses and cars stuck in the street!

-K- said...

No pressure but I'm really anxious to see what it looks like today (Monday).

Also, what a beautiful street to look out onto, no matter what the weather.

sonia a. mascaro said...

You have a great view from your home!
Great photo!
Love the NY architecture, with those buildings and fire escape.

slim said...

I like comparing the 2 posts. It's so interesting to see the skyline almost vanish in the 2nd picture.