Toronto Snowmageddon

We had an epic snowstorm here in Toronto last Monday. Made quite the mess of the city. We even closed an important highway for the day. Our public transit system crashed, with buses stuck or broken down everywhere and streetcars unable to get past poorly parked cars. But it was a good day to get out shooting. I never feel I have enough snowstorm shots and always look forward to any opportunity to grow my archive of them.

On another note, my new year’s resolution is to start adding colour photos to my Instagram feed, which I’ve always dedicated to b/w street shots only. Not sure if this is a good move but we’ll see how the response is.

Hope y’all have a great year ahead. Looks like this will be the year we see an end to the pandemic. Fingers crossed.

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