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Vote for the Best Snowpocalypse Photo

We had many great entries in our Snowpocalypse Photo Contest. We’ve picked some of the best, now it’s your turn to help us pick the winner. Comment below! More photos after the jump.

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Snowpocalypse Devastation in Brooklyn Heights: Tree Down on Hicks Street, Hits Car

“Marilyn” posted this photo in our BHB Snowpocalypse Photo contest thread of a tree down on Hicks Street near Remsen Remsen Street near Hicks tonight.  BHB tipster “Trey” reports that ANOTHER tree came down on Hicks near Love Lane tonight as well. Any devastation near you? Streets not plowed? Comment below!

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Mr. Junkersfeld Hits the Slopes… Sorta…in Brooklyn Heights

BHB’s Karl Junkersfeld (“yunkersfeld”, please) braved the blizzard to capture footage of snowpocalypse sleigh riding today.

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Monroe Place During Blizzard of 1888

Heights Hero Martin Schneider sends in this photo of Monroe Place during the blizzard of 1888, which to the best of our knowledge was way before his time. He writes, “I’ve been on Monroe Place a long time, a very long time. I thought my neighbors might enjoy a view of Monroe Place after the […]

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Brooklyn Heights Snowpocalypse Photo Contest

You’re going to be outside with your camera snapping away furiously to capture today’s “historic” blizzard.  Why not gain celebrity and a little cash while you’re at it? Submit your Snowpocalypse Pics of Brooklyn Heights to BHB and you could win a Brooklyn Bugle t-shirt! Enter in the comments below by linking to your photo […]

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Snowpocalypse in Brooklyn Heights

The blizzard has begun! Gather provisions! Hunker down!! Also kudos to the folks at 73 Orange Street for keeping their sidewalk clear!

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…and Now, the Snow.

Parks Department staff clear a path to the Promenade at the Montague Street entrance this morning. Update: the path is now buried, and a snowman has appeared near the corner of Two Montague Terrace (see photo after the jump)

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Ice Before the Snow

As seen from the Promenade Tuesday morning, ice floes clog the embayment between Piers 3 and 4 as a Moran tug sails into the East River. A New York Water Taxi and a Staten Island ferry are in the background. In the clear air, New Jersey’s Watchung First Mountain is easily visible on the horizon.

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