Toronto Snowstorm December 2007 Photos

In Photos: Weekend Snowstorm in Toronto


Well... that was a doozy. We haven't seen this much snow dumped on the GTA in a long time. My back is sore from shoveling 1000 tonnes of the white stuff, but the pain and cold didn't stop me, or a whole bunch of blogTO Flickr pool members from getting out there with cameras to document the wintry carnage. And if my eyes aren't deceiving me, the storm also didn't stop a couple of maniacs from surfing!? That's nuts.

Check out the fullscreen slideshow that now has close to 200 over 240 photos in it.

And if you want to add your photos to the loop, simply add them to the blogTO Flickr Pool and tag them blogto_dec15storm. They should automatically enter the slideshow loop.

The Environment Canada severe weather warning has ended, but be sure to drive/walk/cycle/surf safely tomorrow!

Lead tiled photo mosaic links:

1. It was a dark and stormy night, 2. Not yet, 3. Yonge & Bloor Street Skiers, 4. At A Certain Distance (Sunday Morning), 5. Streetcars in the cold

6. Red winter coat, 7. Want To Ride....., 8. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow..., 9. A walk down the street, 10. Balaclava Chic

11. definitely not the beach, 12. Bay & Bloor Street Skiers, 13. Untitled, 14. Robby the Snow Dog, 15. Hardcore

16. Surf's up!, 17. Snowed-in, 18. totw storm-9.jpg, 19. On a snowy Sunday..., 20. freshly fallen


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