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On the evening of January 3rd, New Yorkers either slept or reveled (heeding or ignoring the new Mayor's call to stay inside) as the first major snowstorm of the season shrouded the region in snow. In Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, Herbert Von King Park was quiet but for the occasional midnight wanderer, but on surrounding streets, buses, taxis, and bikers remained on-route despite the conditions and people shoveled before bed to stay ahead of the accumulation. Hercules Blankets New York in Snow Photo by Hannah Palmer Egan.
We publish a lot of original photography. (Visit our New York slideshows page to see just how much.) Now more than halfway through the year, we've hit the pause button to review some of the more memorable photos published by the Voice this year, from January snowstorms to May's Manhattanhenge sunsets. See you in December!
Published on July 18, 2014