Winter’s Last Gasp

03/08/2013 in

Rockefeller Park was blanketed Friday morning with several inches of soft, wet snow in one of winter’s last white storms. The usually bustling park was quiet, and the wet flakes that formed heaps on its lawns and pathways were disturbed only by the occasional jogger brave enough, or dedicated enough, to run through.

[Photos by Kelly Rush]

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