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Friday, March 27, 2009

Rain, Rain, Go Away

6th Avenue, NYC
Photo by myself in Midtown, around 35th Street and 6th Avenue.

It rained later in the day on Thursday.


Spring rains are common in New York. In my head, rainy days seem to occur more often on weekends than weekdays.

But that doesn't seem logical, now does it?

TGIF, everyone!

Related posts: What's Scrolling in Midtown, Making an Entrance, in Midtown and Bright Lights, Big City.


Olivier said...

une photo qui donne bien le ton et l'ambiance de la rue un jour de pluie. bravo
a photo that gives the tone and mood of the street one day of rain. bravo

Kelly said...

I agree with Olivier. Nicely captured! I loved rainy days in the city. Somehow, rainy days in the 'burbs don't evoke quite the same sense of adventure! : )

Lily Hydrangea said...

you've captured a rainy day in NY beautifully.
My head thinks the same way about rain on the weekends. I notice a lot of other people do also.
Looks like lots of sun today though, yay!

Terry B said...

Actually, I've read somewhere that it does rain more often on the weekend. Apparently during the week, pollution builds up, thanks to increased commuter traffic and such. This gives moisture microscopic particles to form droplets around; one study showed that rain is 22% more likely on Saturdays than Mondays because of this. Wow. Suddenly I'm feeling like that nerdy guy with tape on his glasses. Sorry.

Ken Mac said...

see how that woman is smiling at you? nice.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Kitty: Is your avatar really you? Our world is driving by color; nevertheless, your black and whites are stunning

Kitty said...

thanks everyone!

Terry that is pretty wild but it makes sense, too. (are you a meteorologist in your spare time?!). I'd love to know more.

Hi Greensboro Daily Photo - Thanks so much.

No, the avatar is from one of my favorite movies, Amelie. Try to see it if you haven't. I identify with her in many ways.

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I can't understand what's happening with New York's weather, I mean, you can find rains there, but I think on the last couple of years the quantity of water has been excesive.