On Ambient-Mixer.com we are all about ambient noise, sounds and music. But images also create a beautiful atmosphere and ambiance. If you’re living in the US, especially on the East Coast, you have surely heard of if not even experienced the 2016’s blizzard that inspired the trending #Blizzard2016 hashtag.
For some, the rapid snowfall and falling temperatures were (and still are) a major inconvenience. For others, it may be a great opportunity to stay at home and take some time to think and reminisce. To whichever part you belong to, you should always make the best of the situation, even when it’s a blizzard like this.
In an earlier blog article, we have talked about the best snowstorm ambient sounds. Now, lets have a look at some of the most amazing, astonishing and atmospheric pictures of the blizzard that hit the US east coast in 2016.
Just joined @Tumblr from space! #Blizzard2016 inspired 1st post: Chasing Storms https://t.co/MlSuel3pfU #YearInSpace pic.twitter.com/kPEAfs07IW
— Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) January 25, 2016
Day 302. #Blizzard2016 gave us an impressive view below. Stay warm! #GoodNight from @space_station! #YearInSpace pic.twitter.com/ioNOqdYDCP
— Scott Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) January 24, 2016
Scott Kelly tweeted these amazing images from space on January 24th and 25th. This is a view you don’t get every day for sure!
The beauty after #blizzard2016 #nyc pic.twitter.com/s9vpkQGtP2
— DWHA Magazine (@DWHAmagazine) January 26, 2016
The DWHA Magazine caught the beauty of the snow after the blizzard in this park in New York City.
#Blizzard2016 will cost NYC around $3B. But that’s peanuts compared with Superstorm Sandy https://t.co/tR2KIRCDdk pic.twitter.com/ZO55K1iE7t
— CNN (@CNN) January 25, 2016
CNN accompanied their financial news with this atmospheric image of a street in NYC, covered in snow.
Snow from #blizzard2016 can be seen in this natural-color satellite pic of Washington, DC: https://t.co/zaRulzHsf9 pic.twitter.com/GA0L9dBb9X
— NASA (@NASA) January 25, 2016
As always, NASA goes a step further, bringing this satellite image of the blizzard over Washington, DC.
Making the best of a bad situation. #blizzard2016 pic.twitter.com/cILkQIkplk
— Linda Freeman (@lindafreeman_) January 24, 2016
Linda Freeman knows what counts: turning an unfortunate situation into something you can laugh about.
Images from yesterday’s ⚪whiteout ⚪ #blizzard2016 #jonasblizzard?? ❄? [?: @isardasorensen ] pic.twitter.com/u9J7R9sQcF
— New York, New York! (@NYC) January 24, 2016
Pictures from during the whiteout in New York City, posted on the NYC twitter page.
Despite the #blizzard2016, Soldiers continue to guard the Tomb of The Unknown Soldier pic.twitter.com/KdgYrfF90C
— Navy SEALs (@The_navy_seals) January 24, 2016
This is dedication: A soldier in Washington, DC stands guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier despite the ghastly weather.
Just a reminder that the Zoo is closed today while we dig ourselves out of the snow! #Blizzard2016 pic.twitter.com/T1FYHJTIma
— National Zoo (@NationalZoo) January 24, 2016
On January 24th, the National Zoo showed that they had a lot to do digging themselves and all the animals in the zoo out of the snow. Unfortunately, the zoo remained closed on this day.
New Yorkers band together to push ambulances through the snow. cc: Ted Cruz. https://t.co/RhH48j1BbR #blizzard2016 pic.twitter.com/AqSDW3Trgg
— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) January 23, 2016
These NYC residents stuck together during the blizzard, pushing stuck ambulances through the snow.
Snowboarding in NYC ?⛄️ #blizzard2016 pic.twitter.com/mn4AOauq4W
— Success (@SuccessNothLess) January 24, 2016
Lat but not least, this video shows that people know exactly how to make the best of #Blizzard2016!