HDR Photo: Frigid Hoboken Waterfront Uptown
Continuing the Hoboken HDR Photo of the Day feature, today’s entry pretty much tries to capture the frigid Hoboken weather we’ve been having this winter so far. The uptown waterfront, along with the snow remnants and cool blue tint remind me not of a tropical paradise, but an ice-cold reason to make a hot cup of coffee and grab a warm blanket.
And did you know that we’re already in the snowiest decade since the 60′s? And we have SIX more years left! I suppose at this rate it will be the snowiest decade in recorded history.
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