We Don’t Care About No Stinking Snow!

So are you hunkering down or did you get outside and brave the weather?  Check out these die-hards playing touch foot ball on Cadman Plaza! Show us how you are passing the time while Jonas pummels NYC.

Post your personal snapshots** in the comments.  Go!

*Cover Photo by Mary Kim, published with permission of the photographer.

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  • SongBirdNYC

    Photo courtesy of Mary Kim. Published with permission of photographer.

  • StudioBrooklyn

    Just for fun we rode the SI Ferry. Looking out the windows we might have been in the middle of the open sea. Nothing in sight once we cleared the terminal. Liberty was but the faintest hint of a ghost.

  • Roberto Gautier

    On the positive side, the snow storm emptied the air and land of helicopters, aircraft, trucks, cars, motorcycles and backup alarms. The forced no-fly, no-drive zone provided a sonic tonic and urban purification, a medication that is much-needed and too infrequent.

  • Banet

    Grace Church at its most noir.

  • Mary

    This was Cadman Park yesterday in the midst of the storm.

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com/ Claude Scales

    Yesterday morning, 10:33, from our window.

  • SongBirdNYC

    Sarah, a resident of Brooklyn Heights for 18 years, was snow shoeing in Cadman Plaza Park when she stopped to say hello. She had the most gorgeous smile, I had to ask if I could take a photo. Great to meet you Sarah!

  • Banet

    Blizzard buries bike. Film at 11.

  • Andrew Porter

    Gorgeous, atmospheric photo!

  • BklynMark

    May I suggest that BHB might be the perfect place for public shaming of our neighbors (business and residences) that don’t shovel their sidewalks? This is more than just a nuisance; this is a real danger to the elderly and disabled among us. In the past, I have called 311 about a few repeat offenders, but this has not always yielded changes in behavior. Perhaps BHB would be more effective at encouraging some of our neighbors to be more neighborly?