After the ice carving downtown, I decided to continue walking around the area. I had recently been down there for a film shoot, so I had a decent idea of where I wanted to go and then promptly threw that out the window due to the amount of snow that WASN’T shoveled. Luckily I only wandered through one ocean of slush and my shoes kept out most of the frozen goo.
The pigeons want their breakfast. NOW.
Giant Christmas Tree balls. And a part of the WTC park that looks like a spiny dinosaur.
Some shoveling around the pier.
There was construction in here, also they now have signs saying you aren’t supposed to be taking pictures of this atrium which is unfortunate as it really is quite picturesque when not under construction.
The clouds were playing a lot today.
I’m 6’2″, this mound was as high as me.
Looking out into the bay.
Way off in the distance: the Statue of Liberty.
Can’t sit here.
An outdoor stage waiting to be used.
Playground under snow.
I’m not even sure what this is in the playground.
Not using this bike anytime soon.
Between the expensive apartment buildings.
This park is locked.
Freedom Tower catching the sunlight.
Crossing the street without sliding: every NY-ers favorite winter sport.
I just really like the clouds and skyline in this.
So everyone will be tracking in snow here I guess…?
Next week: I went out in Central Park during possible single digits and walked around the Reservoir and other areas.