A rooftop view on a snowy day in NYC.
It has been a very snowy, slushy, messy day on the streets of NYC. It's the type of day you wished you didn't have to be anywhere, so that you could day dream and watch the large snow flakes fall from inside your warm home. Unfortunately, today was not one of those "stay at home" type of days.
Commuting and sloshing around the streets and subway could not be avoided.
However, I had the opportunity to witness this distant, snowy view of the WTC from the rooftop area of my new office space. I love experiencing views of the city. I appreciate the views even more under various weather conditions and/or at different times of the day. Elements like bright sun, grey clouds, lighting, snow and more add a different feel and mood to the scene.
I hope this photo captured the serene mood of the afternoon.
I can't believe it is that time of year again. Where does the time go and why do I continue to choose to live in a place where it snows. I do not even like the cold weather or winter. :)
I wanted to capture the first snow of the season.
A photograph taken from the rooftop of my building on 14th Street in NYC after the lights went out during hurricane Sandy.
It was a very eerie feeling after the storm.
The streets were empty and silent. Only emergency vehicles with flashing lights patrolled up and down the street through the dark night.
In preparation of hurricane Sandy, the Apple store took some precautions. Took some pictures of my neighborhood while walking my dog before the storm.
Exploring different parts of NYC with friends. Photograph taken while walking along the High Line.