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Show us your post-Irma brush piles

A large pile of brush that came from a tree knocked down during Hurricane Irma stands along a St. Petersburg street. [RON BRACKETT | Times]
A large pile of brush that came from a tree knocked down during Hurricane Irma stands along a St. Petersburg street. [RON BRACKETT | Times]
Published Oct. 18, 2017

Admit it. You're starting to get used to those Hurricane Irma brush piles, aren't you? They're part of the Florida landscape now, just like a stray palm frond in your yard, or the lizards scurrying across the sidewalk.

Since none of us really have any idea when they'll be gone, (maybe we'll be able to toss our Christmas trees on top), we might as well have some fun.

Let's go for bragging rights. Who has the biggest pile? The most mess?

Share your photos with us. Tweet them to @TB_Times with the hashtag #IrmaBrush or share them on Instagram with that same hashtag. You can also post them on our Facebook page. We'll publish them online and let our elected leaders know where to send the trucks.