Photo by myself in Central Park, around 74th Street and Central Park West.
I somehow found myself near Central Park today, near sunset. New Yorkers were enjoying the snow that arrived on Sunday.
Weather people had forecasted as much as 14 inches. It looked like we got 9 or 10 inches, instantly transforming the everyday into a winter wonderland.
In the background are the buildings along Central Park West. The tall building with two towers is The San Remo, which was completed around 1930. According to Wikipedia, The San Remo has counted Tiger Woods, Bono and Demi Moore as its residents, among other celebrities.
Apologies for so many sunset and night photos recently. It seems like I'm never outside when it's daytime. Things will change soon enough - Monday marked the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year. Woohoo!
Related posts: Six Inches Under, in Central Park, On the Recent Snow, et al. and Snowing in the City.