Little gems falling from above, the season’s first snow blankets the streets of New York. ~ Hints Of Life
Manhattan got its first snow of the season, Friday, January 7th. A winter storm blew across the Northeast overnight on Friday, dropping the first significant snowfall of the winter on New York City.
I can never get bored of this view. First snow is always magical. © hintsof.life
Snow fell heavily in the predawn hours in the New York region and parts of New England. I spotted the first snow flurries at 2 am. It required planning ofcourse, setting my alarm to catch the first glimsp of the first snow of the season. Jumping with joy, I made some coffee and opened the window to its maximum capacity to smell the snow. The feeling so familiar, so pure, and magical.
Nature: New York gets its first snow | © hintsof.life
Sleep soon took over me only to wake up to a breathtaking winter view. The trees in the distance were covered in a thick coating of snow, creating a beautiful winter vista. New York Times reported, at least five inches of snow blanketed the city and surrounding areas.
Taking it all in, one breath at a time, this enthralling view from my Manhattan apartment I went on with my day. But with feelings of happiness and gratitude. Thankful, to experience another first snow of the season.
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