Beach Snowfall

March 05, 2019

The snow was falling quite heavily last week Wednesday in Toronto, but I had an appointment in The Beach neighbourhood, so I pushed through.

Naturally I took my camera with me and created photos before and after my appointment.

Here then, are a few images from last week.

The path I often run - with fellow runners from the Beach Running Room - was completely covered with ice and snow.

The weather doesn't phase power line workers.

The wind and snow made beautiful formations in the sand.

I discovered just how powerful the wind was once I walked on the beach - bits of sand and snow continuously pelted my face.

The wind formed long trails of snow across the beach. (Not ideal conditions for beach volleyball!)

Nothing stops Beach residents from walking their trusty canine friends.

Toronto cyclists constantly inspire me.

Artik Ice.

The famous Leuty Lifeguard Station braces against the powerful winds.

Thanks for looking! Try to stay warm!


Culture Snap Photography features the work of Toronto-based photographer Henry VanderSpek. Henry specializes in documenting the work of local and international non-profit organizations, special events, live music, street and art photography. To hire Henry for an assignment, please click here to get in touch.
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