Photo by myself on Greene and Spring Streets, in Soho.
Even with loads of snow, slush, trash and parked cars, Soho still manages to look beautiful to me.
I took a brief walk about Soho Wednesday afternoon, to see how this neighborhood was coping with the snow. The narrow streets and shoppers are great for taking photographs.
As usual, visitors were in full force, even though many hadn't thought to pack knee high galoshes. The post-holiday sales haven't kicked in quite yet, but that didn't stop people from going at it.
Snow is still piled high, especially at street corners.
A cross section through the snow reveals bikes still chained to sign posts.
While walking around, all you could hear was the constant sound of dripping, as the snow was melting away. Temperatures were in the mid to upper 30s this afternoon, and are expected to climb to the mid-40's by Friday.
A view behind the eatery Cafe Duke, at Spring and Mercer Streets, in Soho.
Related posts: Strung Along, in Soho, Haggling for Furs, on West Broadway and Painting the Town, in Soho.