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Photographer Captures An Empty New York City During The Snowpocalypse

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New York City was hit by a snow storm, perfect weather to stay indoors, but not if you want to capture an eerily empty New York City. So photographer Vivienne Gucwa went out and captured this almost surrealistic state of the ever bustling city, the results are amazing!

h/t: wherecoolthingshappen

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