Saturday, March 6, 2021. New York City – This winter 2020 – 2021 was very cold in The City That Never Sleeps. We got a lot of snow in New York City. Lakes in NYC parks were frozen. People could walk on frozen lakes.
On Monday, February 15, 2021, I saw some people walking on a frozen lake in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, New York City. Watch the video below.
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On Sunday, February 21, 2021, I saw more people walking on the frozen lake in Prospect Park in the borough of Brooklyn, New York City. Watch the video below.
I did not visit lakes in parks in Manhattan, Bronx, Queens, Staten Island counties, I imagine those lakes were frozen too.
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In 2021, New Yorkers walked on a frozen lake and Europeans skated on canals.
I read the article “Thin ice: Europeans warned not to skate on thawing canals after spate of accidents” on The Guardian. The article was written by Helen Sullivan and it says in part, “There are bellyflops, and then there is skating, while half-naked on a half-frozen river, into a melting patch and landing face-forward into a mix of ice, slush and very cold water.
This is an experience that at least one Dutch ice skater – and Twitter users who have watched the video footage 5.2m times – are familiar with.
The video, posted on Monday, was captioned with the hashtag “ijs niet overal goed”, or “the ice isn’t good everywhere”. After plunging into the icy depths of an Amsterdam canal, the swimsuit-clad skater appears to be fine, if surprised, declaring his fall a “face plant”.” Click here to watch videos.
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