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STARBUCKS SNOWSTORM
Toronto

The Starbucks on the corner of Yonge Street & King Street during Toronto's February 2013 snowstorm. A busy corner always, except for today!

Copyright: Spencer wynn
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上传: 09/02/2013
更新: 07/04/2014
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Tags: starbucks; snow; storm; toronto; king street; yonge street
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