Saturday, June 1, 2013

Photo: An East York Snowscape

On days such as today, with a humidex above thirty degrees sucking the energy out of a person, it's easy to forget that snow is a thing that exists--yet it hasn't even been two months since the last time it visited Toronto. One thing I did note about this year's winter was that it took a surprisingly long time to become winter-like; although it was snowing when I touched down at the end of November, it didn't snow again for nearly a month afterward. By the time late January and early February came around, it was starting to look more like I remembered winters looking. In this photo, the snow has fallen heavily on East York--enough so that even Main Street didn't seem to have seen much in the way of plows yet.

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