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Discussion in 'Nature' started by digitalandfilm, Feb 8, 2013.
I'm going to post some images once it gets interestingly deep!
What's the prediction for amount of snow there? My wife lives in New York and I'm trying to decide if it's better for me to drive up there (want to attend the Chinese New Year festivities this weekend) vs. her coming down here in Hershey, PA. We're getting 2-4 inches of snow is the prediction.
It varies with the location and forecaster, I think 4-8" and 6-12" are typical forecasts for NYC.
Not sure, it's supposed to rain with wet snow here until this afternoon, when the storm is supposed to turn south-east or something, and dump the snow. Not sure how reliable this kind of forecast is...
So far it's quiet, raining a bit I think. I'm in Brooklyn, working from home today.
Get out there boys! I dream about visiting NYC in the snow.
I can't get enough of your avatar. A rat with a camera...genius.
From the famous street artist "Banksy":
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To give you an idea of NEMO!
Just came back from snow blowing my driveway. By the time I was done, another inch was formed
We had 20" here in PA a couple of weeks ago, only have 6 or so now. Expecting 3-4 more tonight. I love winter!
Y'all be safe and warm.
We get a dusting every year or so, but thats about it here.
This, I understand, is only the prelude.. more to come:
Yea, I was wondering if I should shovel now or wait till it's all finished
Gotta have a camera that can handle NEMO!
OM-D, MMF-3, and 14-54 II in Cambridge, MA, all taken around 8:15 today:
From my porch in NH
GX1 with 14mm @ ISO 3200.
It's really snowing quite hard.
Lexington, MA @ 4:45PM
Shot with my GF2 and 14-42mm Kit lens. I didn't risk taking my G3 and better lenses into the snow.
So that's snow ...
ugh. As I look out my window... My nieghbor across the street has stalled his blower AGAIN. poor dude goes like 3 feet, stall, clean out.
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