[Perspective] Party Culture In A Winter Wonderland

In a scene that could be “anywhere” U.S.A. but happens to be Kingston, Pa. shows that first sign of winter coming. Colored, falling leaves and gray skies.

I don’t like winter…. In fact, that’s an understatement, I downright hate it. Gray clouds that stretch on forever, naked trees, everything freezing up and snow, oh how I hate the snow. Probably, the only thing that I can honestly say that I like about winter is saying how much I hate it!

As I write this the temperature outside is steadily getting colder by the day. But even as much as I hate to admit it, there is a somber beauty to winter that even I can’t debate….

If you’re from the southern part of the U.S. you probably won’t understand a word I’m saying, but the winter season does provide an atmosphere of party culture unique to anyplace in the warmer climes of the planet….

Footsteps crunching in the snow, icicles gleaming like crystals in the afternoon sun, people bundled with earmuffs, hats, knitted scarfs, trendy coats. Guys and girls walking hand-in-hand through our own party district clinging desperately to each other, trying not to lose their bearings on the icy walkways.

Yes, despite my personal dislike for the winter season (at least here in good ole’ northeast Pa.) there is a culture that goes without question and nowhere is that culture illustrated better than in the (4) photos below taken from our former headquarters in downtown Wilkes-Barre, Pa..

On that note, I’d also like to say…. Spring Break here we come!

 

Wilkes-Barre-Pa-Neighborhoods (181) Tilt Shifted

Winter-In-Wilkes-Barre-Pa (23) Tilt Shifted

Winter-In-Wilkes-Barre-Pa (135) Tilt Shifted

Winter-In-Wilkes-Barre-Pa (146) Tilt Shifted

Winter-In-Wilkes-Barre-Pa (160) Tilt Shifted

Winter-In-Wilkes-Barre-Pa (191) Tilt Shifted

Culture-Of-Wilkes-Barre-Pa (128) Tilt Shifted

Tags: , , , , ,

Author:The Man About Town

Aaron Cupil (a.k.a. The Man About Town) is an avid traveler and good time thrill seeker. A former trucker and the founder of Partyclique.com, his cross country hauls were the inspiration for this website. When he's not writing or running his company, you can find him circling the globe in search of new adventures to report on.

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply