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Photos: Snowpocalypse snaps

There’s nothing like a snowstorm to inspire the photographer in all of us. From the winter-wonderland idyll of Central Park to the stark, deserted subway stations of the outer boroughs, intrepid New York City-based shutterbugs ventured outdoors to document the streetscapes and vistas that were transformed by the last blizzard of 2010. Below are some of our favorites.

Dog walking after the storm

Dog walking after the storm. Photo: Flickr/Dan Nguyen

Snow swirls overhead of a cross-country skier in New York City

A subway station in Long Island City after the blizzard

A subway station in Long Island City after the blizzard. Photo: Brent Murray

The Wollman Ice Skating Rink in New York City's Central Park.

The Wollman Ice Skating Rink in New York City's Central Park. Photo: Flickr/asterix611

The view from Morningside Heights in New York City. Photo: Flickr/Patrick Stahl

A pedestrian crosses a deserted Columbus Ave. in New York City on Monday. Photo: AP/Craig Ruttle

 
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Comments

  • Soundguysoundguy

    I was stuck there in The Blizzard of ’96 and had a blast!