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WINTER IN TORONTO
Toronto

Photographed in the middle of the Yonge & Dundas intersection, a view of the snow storm on February 8, 2013. Typically this intersection is a frenetic hub, but today, all but deserted.

Copyright: Spencer Wynn
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Resolution: 7204x3602
Taken: 08/02/2013
Uploaded: 08/02/2013
Updated: 07/04/2014
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Tags: winter; snow; storm; toronto
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