A photo series capturing Manhattan’s most colourful suburb in the grasp of a winter storm.
This year New York City has some of the worst weather in decades, with regular snowstorms and painfully low temperatures. A snowstorm was forecast for an afternoon in early March, so I ventured out with my camera in search of some colour to juxtapose with the bleak, wintery blanket cast upon the city. I headed straight to Chinatown. The busy signs and bright lights of the neighbourhood street are beautiful against the grey and white mist. These photos were taken just as the snow started falling, and soon after it was taken I took refuge in a local cafe for a comforting cup of Chinese herbal tea.