Snow at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, NYC Photos Gallery - Page 2
A squirrel avoids the snow as it clings to this tree. Snow at and around the conservatory.
A squirrel darts alongside a tree always avoiding the snow below within the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. This is isn't the only squirrel seen on this day. Actually, there were many about. Did you know? 'that the ground squirrel will commonly hibernate in cold climates whereas the tree squirrel will not? Photo here is of the Steinhardt Conservatory just behind the Jenkins Fountain at the Lily Pool Terrace. The water within was frozen over with snow atop on this 2nd day following our NYC Christmas Day Snow Storm of 2002.

Snowy view of the torii at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. The torii and pool amidst the snow.
One had to climb up a very small hill to get this view of the Torii. The inscription on the torii reads Dai-myo-jin, which means "Great Illuminating Deity" or "Spirit of Light." Also in this photo are trees beyond at the Beautiful Japanese Hill and Garden within the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Notice the beautiful green earth beyond. Another photo taken of the Japanese Hill and Garden with the pool frozen from the wintry air. One can walk all around this body of water to get some of the greatest views from many angles.
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