#Snowpocalypse2015 in pictures

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Old car + new snow = a pretty nice view. Photo by Patrick Phillips

The great kind of a good amount of snow blizzard of 2015 has come and disappointed many with the fact that civilization still stands. Which we agree, is a bummer. Rather than focus on that downer, we’d rather stare at a bunch of pretty pictures of Brooklyn in the snow, before that snow gets dirty with exhaust and god knows what else. For just a moment though, we had a winter wonderland, and we’ve got the pictures to prove it.

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Photo by Patrick Phillips
Photo by Patrick Phillips

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There is no weather system that will keep birds from eating bread. Photo by Cat Wolinski
There is no weather system that will keep birds from eating bread. Photo by Cat Wolinski

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Photo by Cat Wolinski
Photo by Cat Wolinski

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No time like the present for a rooftop barbecue. Photo by Julia Lipscomb
No time like the present for a rooftop barbecue. Photo by Julia Lipscomb

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You wanna traipse in a graveyard, find one other than Green-Wood. Photo by Dave Rosado
You wanna traipse in a graveyard, find one other than Green-Wood. Photo by Dave Rosado

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Photo by Isaac Anderson
Photo by Isaac Anderson

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Those nice Brooklyn brownstones you'll never own, with a nice dusting of snow
Those nice Brooklyn brownstones you’ll never own, with a nice dusting of snow. Photo by Isaac Anderson

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Photo by Isaac Anderson

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One dog who made it out. Photo by David Colon
One dog who made it out. Photo by David Colon

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As night fell and the roads filled up with snow, but not cars. The streets felt slightly abandoned, but more out of a scene of The Warriors than¬†I Am Legend. A few cars and one taxi that we saw dared break the city’s ban on non-emergency vehicles on the road, while one enterprising citizen on Washington Avenue tried getting around on skis.

Flatbush Avenue, finally quiet
Flatbush Avenue, finally quiet
It's not a blizzard in New York without garbage covered in snow. Photo be David Colon
It’s not a blizzard in New York without garbage covered in snow. Photo be David Colon

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Photo by David Colon
Photo by David Colon

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The view from Grand Avenue. Photo by David Colon
The view from Grand Avenue. Photo by David Colon

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Why do the boring parts of cross-country skiing when you could just get a push? Photo by David Colon
Why do the boring parts of cross-country skiing when you could just get a push? Photo by David Colon

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There he goes. Photo by David Colon
There he goes. Photo by David Colon

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Finally, a chance to stand in the middle of Atlantic Avenue. Photo by David Colon
Finally, a chance to stand in the middle of Atlantic Avenue. Photo by David Colon

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Not an emergency vehicle. Photo by David Colon.
Not an emergency vehicle. Photo by David Colon

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Whoops. Photo by David Colon
Whoops. Photo by David Colon

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