Take a tour through Brooklyn's snow day with these beautiful pictures - Technical.ly Brooklyn


Jan. 5, 2018 10:09 am

Take a tour through Brooklyn’s snow day with these beautiful pictures

The ferry ran, the subway platforms were arctic and cats and books abounded.

Honorary Technical.ly Brooklyn Editorial Assistant Audrey Gardner, 11, measures the snow accumulation on Driggs Avenue, Jan. 4, 2018.

(Photo by Tyler Woods)

A cool thing about social media is that you get a chance to see the world through other people’s eyes. And some people have a great eye for things! In this case it was the snow storm (aka bomb cyclone???) that came through the city Thursday, dumping an estimated 12 inches of the fluffy stuff on our streets and sidewalks and pressing up against our windows.

We thought a fun way of recapping the storm would be to take a sort of virtual tour through the borough. We focused on photos of people in the Brooklyn tech world but went beyond that as well. It’s a big borough.


East Williamsburg

Prospect Park

First winter storm in Brooklyn! #snow #brooklyn #southslope #prospectpark

A post shared by Brian (@bruchko) on

#prospectpark #prospectparklake #brooklyn #swan #duck #seagull #snow

A post shared by Eric Weinrib (@eric.weinrib) on

Cobble Hill

Snowin in the station #bombcyclone

A post shared by Hannah Frishberg (@hanfrish) on

Sunset Park

⛷⛷⛷⛷ We have the best (and craziest🙃) staff.

A post shared by Moore Brothers Wine Company (@moorebrotherswinecompany) on



Prospect Heights

Crown Heights

#snowdays are just as fun when you’re an adult.

A post shared by Ajay (@aatish_ghalib) on

Who wants to go sledding down my front steps? #wonderland

A post shared by Samantha Naomi (@against.hergrain) on


#newyork #dumbo

A post shared by Dmitry Shukin 📷 (@dshukin) on

Brooklyn Navy Yard

Dancin in this 🕺🏾#nofilterjustlove #snow #love #nature #boats

A post shared by B E N I 🗣(Ben – EyE) (@champianlovaa) on

Downtown Brooklyn

Unknown Location But Good Picture



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