Photos &Steve Fisher 30 Jan 2011 08:20 am

Snow More

- I’ve tried desperately to keep snow out of the photos for the past couple of weeks. I have had my fill of it. However, we were hit with another foot of snow this past week, and it’s hard to avoid.

Steve Fisher has been sending in some brilliant photos, so I can’t help but post them.










Inside Grand Central Terminal at high noon
while the snow comes to an end, outside.



A day later.

9 Responses to “Snow More”

  1. on 30 Jan 2011 at 8:42 am 1.steve fisher said …

    Hey everyone: Photo (9) was part of a joke – that’s a shot of a 400 foot high glacier I took this summer in Alaska. Sorry for any ill-will that this innocent misrepresentation may have caused. Steve.

  2. on 30 Jan 2011 at 9:02 am 2.Steven Hartley said …

    What beautiful pictures – It’s almost like the snow we had in Britain before ;-) .

  3. on 30 Jan 2011 at 9:51 am 3.Michael said …

    I think we may have gotten the fact that the 400 foot glacier wasn’t in NY. But I’m glad you explained it in case others didn’t. By the way, I like how the photo before that tries to set up the joke.

  4. on 30 Jan 2011 at 2:05 pm 4.samaria said …

    This is off-topic but I came across this blog in search of someone who can give me the lyrics to the song, “Save the Day” from the 1989 Michael Sporn movie, “The Red Shoes”? I used to watch the movie all the time as a young child and some of the lyrics of that song have stuck with me, but I was wondering if anyone could give me the full lyrics for it? The music for it was by Caleb Sampson, although the song may have been written by Maxine Fisher because I know she wrote the screenplay. If anyone could assist me, that would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!

    email me at, thanks again!

  5. on 30 Jan 2011 at 7:08 pm 5.Eric Noble said …

    That last picture is so beautiful. Terrific work!

    BTW, I’ve posted a review of The Illusionist if you’re interested in reading it. I would love your input.

  6. on 31 Jan 2011 at 6:55 am 6.Stephen Macquignon said …

    It is hard not to post about all this snow even i took a few pics and post them on my blog

  7. on 31 Jan 2011 at 10:55 am 7.Michael said …


    Save this day …
    It’s a magical day…
    Save this day.
    Don’t let it get away.

    Whenever I catch this light,
    That’s when I know …
    How sweet it can be…
    This life … of woe.

    Love to dance,
    In lovely light.
    While the world is asleep,
    Come with me, my love.
    Come fly with me.
    We’ll make this morning keep.

    Save this day…
    It’s a magical day.
    Save this day.
    Don’t let it get away.

    So when the winter comes … uh, oh …
    You’ll have this memory.
    Of springtime morning light. (yeah, yeah)
    And a dawn-lit dance with me.

    Of springtime morning light.
    And a dawn-lit dance with me.

    Some days it’s hard … hard to know …
    Which way the right one …
    The right way to go.
    Feet don’t seem to be knowin’
    Just where they’re s’posed to be goin’
    They just seem to be goin’
    Can’t stop — have to be goin’ …

  8. on 15 Feb 2013 at 8:27 am 8.Elena said …

    Save this Day- who is the writer of this song? And the singer? I’ve tryes many times to find it…Is there any website, link, youtube account where I can find it? i love The red shoes sinche I was for and I love that song. thank u!!
    kisses from Florence, Italy.

  9. on 15 Feb 2013 at 12:50 pm 9.Michael said …

    Caleb Sampson, the film’s composer, wrote the song and it was sung by the Rap group featured in the film. (I would have to do a little research to find their names. Their credit is listed in the film’s titles. However, I don’t have access to the movie just now.)

    Sampson was a great composer, and I truly felt a partnership with him on the many movies we did together. I was completely distraught when he killed himself in 1998.

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