|Ice forming on the trees and signposts of downtown Toronto on the evening of Sunday Dec 22nd, 24hours in.|
|Icicles on a tree in Toronto's Rouge Valley, 3 days after the storm.|
|Flash frozen field buds.|
|Not even the conifers were immune.|
|Perhaps one of my favourite pictures from my hike, flash frozen wild berries 3 days in.|
To give some perspective, the population of Toronto is estimated to lie around 2.7 million, and each household is estimated to hold an average of 2.5 people. This means that, at the peak, more than 1/4 of the city's population was without power.
|Bent, but not broken, young trees bowing under the weight of all of the ice.|
|An icy sunset outside my grandparents' house.|