A year ago, I wrote a blog post on how quiet, warm and beautiful Mexico City is during the post-Christmas span leading up to New Year’s Eve.
That’s all changed, hadn’t it? Now, a year later, I’m surrounded by incalculable amounts of snow, and sleepy because I was up all night in a half-panic, picturing the neighbors’ snow-heavy trees slamming into our home and car. And don’t even get me started on our cabin upstate, which is basically unreachable for the next few days.
Still, when the sun came out today, I decided to go out and take photos, while the snow is still relatively pretty. In the next few days, the city will be disgusting, as the snow gets covered in dirt, trash and all sorts of ungodly detritus before melting.
- Blizzard slams U.S. northeast, causes travel havoc (reuters.com)
- Blizzard Paralyzes New York City (shoppingblog.com)