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Snow on the Runway


Toronto is a world-class city for hip couture and funky threads.

Not to be outdone, even the snowpeople outside have their own sense of style. For instance, take this picture snapped in my backyard. My housemates decided to remove the traditional sticks for arms, carrot nose and replace the black top hat with some moss and lego pieces to create a sultry elderly snowlady.

I've seen other cool ones around town too -- red beaded necklace around the neck, rootin' tootin' Western shirt, an old fedora hat.

Now, I'm just waiting for a Rocky Horror version of Dr. Frankfurter in snowman form. Question is: how are we ever going to fit those fishnets?

For those who would rather play snowman dressup inddors, go to http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/build_a_snowman.html


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