The best snow-covered urban shots from Toronto’s #Snowmageddon 2013
Say what you will about the snowstorm, there’s no denying that it makes for some excellent Instagramming opportunities. Pristine white snow piling up on balconies, streets empty and buildings barely visible through the blizzard — it’s all pretty serene if you don’t need to drive.
Inspired by a post compiling snowy scenes from across the city published by BlogTO, we set to work gathering some of the finest urban photography we could find on Instagram.
That’s our own shot up top and please enjoy the winter wonderland we’ve created below…
First up is a desolate Yonge Street via Larryleedotca:
The appropriately named Pete_Frost posted this lonely TTC sign:
Low visibility may be an understatement. Via HaneySi:
Toronto’s condo corridor at the height of Snowmaggedon. Via Connor Edwards:
Cranes looking strangely majestic in the snow. Via ConnorEdwards:
Snow piles high on a downtown balcony. Via FitLifeGal
Yonge and Dundas looking a little quieter than usual. Via AliaMajthoob:
That’s not going to get plowed for days. Via EPantz: