Saturday, January 14, 2012

Photo: The Sort of Snow I've Known Before

Finally it's starting to look like a real winter; last night, the first snowflakes of 2012 fell on New Westminster and across the Lower Mainland. It kept up all through the night and is still coming down as I write this, though more softly than before. Nevertheless, the snow I've encountered since moving out west has just been a pittance next to what growing up in Central Ontario taught me was "normal." Take this photo, for example - taken on December 1, 2003, it's one of the oldest in my files, a view from the window of my old university apartment as the snow comes down around the intersection of Charlotte Street and Aylmer Street North in Peterborough, Ontario.

You don't see many GM New Look buses like that around anymore, either.

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