Brr!Brr! New Yorkers Bundle Up (Photos)Photographer Karsten Moran captures city residents—dogs included—who bundled up to beat the freeze. Karsten Moran01.24.13 11:30 AM ETNew York City was more frigid than parts of Antarctica this week. Photographer Karsten Moran captures city residents—dogs included—who bundled up to beat the freeze. Karsten Moran A woman in coat with a fur-lined hood, wearing high heels, walks past a luxury clothing store on W. 14th St., near Washington St. on Wednesday evening. Karsten Moran Courtney Hafer crosses E. 17th St. at Park Ave. on Wednesday afternoon. She's wearing a scarf and, under her jacket, two sweaters over her base layer. Karsten Moran Roy Ramuarran walk west on E. 18th St. near Broadway on Wednesday afternoon, sporting a scarf and NY Giants beanie. Karsten Moran Runners in Central Park wear leggings and beanies. Karsten Moran Jess Kellner, a street canvaser, poses for a portrait on Park Ave. along Union Square on Wednesday afternoon. Spending all day outdoors, he dresses extra warmly. In addition to a warm hat and fur-lined hood, he wears two layers of long johns under his pants. Karsten Moran Sammy, a miniature dachshund, wears a sweater under his doggie jacket. He is photographed at the intersection of W. 14th St. and 9th Ave. Karsten Moran for The Daily Beast Suzie Leenaars, left, and Melise Williams, both from Sydney, Australia, head to the Columbus Circle Whole Foods. Karsten Moran for The Daily Beast Freddy Luumbano, who works for the Lincoln Square Business Improvement District, wears a Uniqlo Heattech TM shirt under his insulated uniform and keeps his hands and ears covered at all times. He is photographed on West 65th St. Karsten Moran "Dilly" skates in Union Square park on Wednesday afternoon. He wears a hat, hooded jacket, and scarf, but says the key to staying warm is moving, and lots of hot tea or coffee. Karsten Moran Elizabeth Leonard walks south along Fifth Ave. toward MoMA on Wednesday afternoon. A thick shawl, a full-length insulated winter jacket, and a hat she knitted herself protect her against the elements. Karsten Moran Sophia Banda poses for a photo on W. 14th Street near 8th Ave. on Wednesday evening. She wears a fleece-lined hat, a scarf, a hooded jacket, leggings, a cashmere sweater, and two socks. Karsten Moran for The Daily Beast Diana Alkire shields her head and face from the elements with a scarf and fur hat as she walks north on 9th Ave. through the Meatpacking District on Wednesday evening. Karsten Moran Yurika Foster crosses 14th St. at Ninth Ave. on Wednesday evening. She wears a long insulated coat and a hat—acquired in Anchorage, Alaska, by her mother when her mother was in her 20s. Karsten Moran Ashmou Younge, left, and Carla Lopezdeazua are photographed in front of Lincoln Center on Wednesday afternoon. Carla is wearing two sweaters under her coat—which is new—along with a scarf and hat. Ashmou regretfully forgot her gloves and hat. Karsten Moran for The Daily Beast Patricia Buffa poses for a picture on E. 53rd St. near Lexington Ave. on Wednesday afternoon. She is wearing a cardigan and a jacket underneath her fur coat. Karsten Moran The cold caught Rachel Teranishi, who is visiting from California, a bit off guard. Her thick winter jacket with fur-lined hood keeps her warm as she walks west on Central Park South. Karsten Moran for The Daily Beast Columbus and West 65th St.: A man on a scooter has improvised, creating wind guards for his hands out of plastic bags. Karsten Moran Lisa Smith, right, with her 4-year-old daughter, Ainsley, walks west on 58th St. near Fifth Ave. on Wednesday afternoon. They are visiting from California and packed on as many layers as they possibly could to keep warm. Karsten Moran A woman in a fur hat, who declined to be identified, crosses Park Ave. Karsten Moran James Nazer, an author, photographed at West 61st St. and Broadway, wears a hat given to him by Soviet composer Aram Khachaturian.