And a steaming pile of mulch
On my way down to the E.T.Seton disc golf course this afternoon, I stopped at the north parking lot to capture this picture of a sundog —
In the background is Tower 2 of the Scenic on Eglinton condo project. In the foreground is a ten-foot-high pile of tree branches, a pile about the size of a football field (so, approximately an acre, or half a hectare).
One month after the storm, this tree debris is still actively being collected and brought here by a never-ending convoy of dump trucks.
Here's a view from Eglinton Avenue, looking southeast across the E.T.Seton parking lot —
That's the 1884 Canadian Pacific high bridge over the West Don River off to the left. Below, on the left, is a huge pile of wood chip mulch, steaming away.
Here's a brief video with a better view of the steaming pile of mulch —