Why are these buildings on my rooftop covered in snow?

I’m a bit of a roof nerd and this is a great example of how I think this type of thing happens when a building is in a parking lot, or in a public park.

I love that there’s no snow on my roof, but when I first went up there in the summer of 2012 I was terrified.

I had just moved into my apartment and was planning on living there for the next few years, and as I walked up the stairs, I noticed that my front door was not on the roof.

That’s when I realized that I was getting to be a bit paranoid about the weather. 

I was also curious to know if my balcony was actually in the park.

The fact that it wasn’t makes me wonder if I’m just being paranoid about how the building might not be safe.

So, the next day I got out of bed and went to check on my balcony.

It was completely dark out, and I could barely see it from my balcony as the sunlight was coming through a window. 

But that didn’t stop me from taking some pictures of the beautiful snow.

And yes, it’s pretty snowing in the sky.

The entire thing is covered in a layer of snow.

But this is my rooftop pool! 

It is not the first time I’ve seen a building covered in this type, and the city seems to have gotten used to it by now.

The most recent time I was out in the city in the middle of winter, I was shocked to see a building on the sidewalk that was covered in ice, ice, and more ice.

I don’t think I can remember how I got my foot caught in the roof of the building, but I definitely remember that it felt like I was going to lose my balance and fall. 

This building in Brooklyn, New York was covered by snow for more than three days in January of this year, according to the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation. 

While it’s possible that the building was actually covered in the winter, this building is definitely something that should be avoided in the future. 

As the article says, the building is “in a parking garage, or a public place with no parking,” and I’m not sure if this is an urban legend or something that’s actually happening.

The building in question was located at 7th Avenue and East 42nd Street, which is not exactly a great location for snow.

This article was originally published on January 15, 2018.