So, today’s post is mostly going to be a compilation of pictures from the past few weeks. I’m clearly from Arizona, because I can’t resist taking ridiculous amounts of pictures of all of the weird, cold, wet, white stuff that’s scattered all over everything.
The pictures here are from the last week or so. Hopefully I’ll be able to figure out how to get this formatted at least somewhat sensibly…
This is what winter should look like, by my standards.
That is the tree/street corner that I’ve taken pictures of before. Note that the tree looks white. That’s snow. (I didn’t realize the snow would cling to the branches like that.)
Foot prints in the snow of the main Law building. I’ll get better pictures of the courtyard at some point. It was pretty in the summer!
Here you can see the Arch, and the mounds of snow in front of it. This was last week, shortly after the really big snow storm.
This is a weird little courtyard that you can see from the stairwell of my building. Note that the snow is deep enough to turn the stairs into a ramp.
This is what it looks like when it’s freezing raining (raining frozenly? I don’t know how to make that a verb), and you got 12 inches of snow over night. This was last Thursday, when Al Roker was publicly denouncing Mayor de Blasio for not closing schools. (NYU was also open.)
I thought it was kinda neat that the snow fit perfectly under the arms of the bench. I have a smart phone, so I take all kinds of pictures now.
This is why I don’t like snow. Look at how gross that is.
If I was going to be in the park, I was going to take pictures. This is the view from the south of the park, kind of diagonally north-westish. The buildings here are pretty, even if the weather sucks!
This is shortly after I asked if people actually drove, and if they did drive, how. I was then mocked, and told that you have to dig your car out. I think that’s ridiculous.
Someone built a tiny snowman! I thought he was pretty cute. I did not build the snow man. I am trying to avoid touching the freezing white stuff.