I start today with two dawn shots taken on an early January day in Central Park in the Glebe.
A few days later we got hammered by a blizzard that went on for around nineteen hours. This view taken during the storm was early in the morning, about an hour or so before the storm was at its height.
Late in the night, after the storm had cleared out, I departed home in search of pizza. Plows had already been by.
The piles were big along the main roadways. Across the street is the unfortunate Somerset House, perpetual victim of an incompetent owner and developer who deserves to get punched in the face by every citizen in the city.
A look in the other direction. The Atomic Rooster, at left, is a pub I will never go into. The reason why? They have karaoke.
Karaoke is one of those things spewed forth from the seventh circle of hell.
The following morning, I went out for the newspapers. It was a cold morning, and I took shots of the snow piles in the area.
I finish with this shot of Dundonald Park in early morning light.