PHOTOS: Let It Snow, Brooklyn! What other choice do we have?
Brooklyn — embrace the snow.
Another day of foul weather on Thursday means that March really, really came in like a lion this year.
So with any luck, it will go out like a lamb. Cross your fingers.
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We (y)urn for spring — but in the meantime, we put on our snow boots Thursday and slogged over to Prospect Park to see the snow falling.
Prospect Park is looking very scenic in the snow (photo below).
Stately statue stands tall in Prospect Park, storm or no storm.
Some came to play in the snow, some to photograph it
This is Brooklyn. We ‘d never let snow get in the way of our workout routines.
In nearby Grand Army Plaza, the statues on the arch were just covered with that frozen white stuff.
Fountain figures stand shrouded in snow in Grand Army Plaza.
That’s John F. Kennedy’s statue under all that snow in Grand Army Plaza.
A lamp to light the way in Grand Army Plaza.
The sidewalk by Grand Army Plaza is a Winter Wonderland
Just across from Grand Army Plaza, the golden doors of Brooklyn Central Library beckoned.
Seen at the library: A fiery bird lights up the snowy day.
Over in Downtown Brooklyn, the landmarked former Williamsburgh Savings Bank rises high in the snowy sky.
The streets of Bed-Stuy were not immune to the snow either, with a light dusting coating the streets in the morning.
They do say rain, shine, sleet or snow, right?
This brave soul is shoveling the Myrtle Ave. subway station so Brooklynites can get to work.
As we’ve always said, the snow cyclists are always the most devoted cyclists.
Down in Bay Ridge, the snow is piling up at St. Patrick’s Church
A snow plow swings into action outside St. Patrick’s Church in Bay Ridge.
Snow-coated bikes in Bay Ridge.
Working away outside the 95th Street subway station in Bay Ridge.
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