As most of you who live here in the states and watch the news – or pretty much any media outlet – already know, the east coast has had a couple serious snow storms lately. The first one a few days ago didn’t do much here in the greater NYC area, but this second, current storm is dropping lots of wet snow all over the place. Now since I grew up in a town that got an average of 180 inches of snow a season, a foot of snow or so doesn’t get me too worked up. Obviously a different story here in the Big Apple. Most activities, including work for many, were suspended due to transportation snafus from the weather, and most people stayed home all day. Luckily there is a park roughly 2 blocks from my apartment here in Brooklyn. I grabbed my camera and a couple lenses and walked down to McCarren Park, which sits snuggly between Williamsburg and Greenpoint. Here’s what I brought back. Hope you enjoy!