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In November the winds brewed up a season that has given people of all boros enough snow to raise the stock value of shovel manufacturers: a crewman shoveling yesterday at the ferry fuel barges. Doubleclick enlarges.
glazing surfaces on tormented Carina here taking on supplies from the deck of Twin Tube.
More NYC sixth boro snow fotos tomorrow. For now, the final foto below comes thanks to Kyran Clune. Guess the ferry and the location? Answer tomorrow along with another foto of the same vessel.
All other fotos by Will Van Dorp, the morning after a storm that dropped 19′ on Central Park. Uhhh . . . make that 19″ or it might be enough fell that a 19′ snow creature could be built beside Cleopatra’s needle. (Nice catch, John!!)
According to NYTimes, January 2011 has already seen 36″ fall; the previous high was 1925 with 27.4.
Lightering from Ocean Chariot onto The Patriot goes on uninterrupted by the brisk wind out of the north . . . gusts to 20 mph . . . . It’s just another
day on the sixth boro. Stavanger Bell gets a call from the Miller service boat. In the background skyline, note the “V” shaped twin cranes . . . . yup . . . . that’s the current height of building at One World Trade Center.
Here are two other shots of Stavanger Bell with Scott C (?)
Also at anchor, Genmar Concord awaits a provisioning visit from
the unique, the peerless, the siblingless Twin Tube.
day in the sixth boro.
All fotos by Will Van Dorp.