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'Canadian Gothic' photo exactly how Maritimers feel, see it


Leeanna McLean
Digital Reporter

Thursday, February 16, 2017, 12:40 PM - As Atlantic Canada continues to get dumped on by a nor'easter after nor'easter, Maritimer Keith Barr decided to poke fun at the copious amounts of snow in a perfect depiction of what the region collectively feels like right now.

Many schools, businesses and roads remain closed across the Maritimes, with gusty winds and 30+ cm possible in parts by the time this system winds down. 

The New Brunswick resident recreated the famous Grant Wood American Gothic portrait after shovelling 60 cm of snow from his driveway.

See the photo below (and feel free to upload your own version, with our uploader).


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Image courtesy: Keith Barr -- Fredericton, New Brunswick

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