Wall Street in Snow

I had some time to kill downtown in the Wall Street area, so I pulled out my camera and took a bunch of images of the area covered in snow. I stopped off in Bowling Green since I had done a tv shoot there earlier. It’s a wind tunnel and always feels 20 degrees colder than anywhere else in the city. After that, it was off to the Financial area, then around to Zuccotti Park, and finally to the World Trade Center (which will be covered next week).

Walking down Broadway into some brutal afternoon winter sunlight.

Walking down Broadway into some brutal afternoon winter sunlight.

Some construction between two buildings creates an interesting tunnel.

Some construction between two buildings creates an interesting tunnel.

Bowling Green - careful on the cobblestones.

Bowling Green – careful on the cobblestones.

The National Museum of the American Indian can be found on the southside of the park.

The National Museum of the American Indian can be found on the southside of the park.

There is no shoveling in this park.

There is no shoveling in this park.

The buildings tower over the tiny park.

The buildings tower over the tiny park.

One of the more interesting subway entrances.

One of the more interesting subway entrances.

Welcome to the Stock Exchange.

Welcome to the New York Stock Exchange.

Federal Hall: where George Washington was sworn in.

Federal Hall: where George Washington was sworn in.

Washington statue and Trinity Church in the background.

Washington statue and Trinity Church in the background.

Plaque below the statue.

Plaque below the statue.

Looking through Zuccotti Park at the World Trade complex.

Looking through Zuccotti Park at the World Trade complex.

Zuccotti Park covered in snow.

Zuccotti Park covered in snow.

An interesting statue at the west end of Zuccotti Park.

An interesting statue at the west end of Zuccotti Park.

Next week: A walk around the 9/11 Memorial Park.

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About nsantasier

I am an actor, fight choreographer, playwright, and photographer based in and around NYC. I shoot on a Canon Rebel T5i with either a Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS lens or a Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4.0-5.6 IS Telephoto Zoom lens as they are the only lenses I currently own.
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