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Forest Park Playground with Light Snow
Toronto

This is the playground near forest Park building. It is covered with snow from the morning, but most of the snow melted already. The temperature was -14 at the time of shooting this, so my hands were freezing.

Copyright: Waleed a. h.
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Geüpload: 16/12/2010
Geüpdatet: 15/08/2014
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Tags: forest; park; rathburn; mississauga; playground; snow
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