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    Manhattan looked good with just a little snow coming down the other day.



    I hope we get more snow down this way soon.
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    Bob,

    You know how much I hate big cities but the snow can even make NYC look very pretty. Nice shot.

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    Bob, pretty cool! Good composition, BTW. Thanks for posting.
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    Miser: Did you go to see the tree?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyC View Post
    Miser: Did you go to see the tree?
    The one and only in Rockefeller Center? Not this year. We usually never miss going there, but this year we were running late on our schedule. We couldn't do too much because we knew we had to get out of Manhattan around 5pm because we were returning home to two feet of snow. The two main things we did see were the Macys Window Display and The New York Botanical Gardens Model Train Show. Both were very nicely done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by forestgnome View Post
    Bob, pretty cool! Good composition, BTW. Thanks for posting.
    Thanks Patrick. It was just a quick snapshot, but I love those old tree lined streets surrounding Central Park.
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    Nice! Thanks for posting! Could one perhaps say that your photo depicts NYC's version of a "notch"?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1HappyHiker View Post
    Nice! Thanks for posting! Could one perhaps say that your photo depicts NYC's version of a "notch"?!
    For myself, I'll definitely stick to the Notchs in NH.

    Bob,you know how much I LOVE the city.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 1HappyHiker View Post
    Could one perhaps say that your photo depicts NYC's version of a "notch"?!
    I suppose you could say that. But, like Anna states above, I too would take the notches of NH any day over NYC's.
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