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From the Skylon Restaurant in Niagara Falls ...67 Km away

[/url]IMG_9399 by Isotack, on Flickr[/IMG]
Very sharp image from that distance...
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Old Posted Feb 28, 2017, 4:07 AM
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I'm really enjoying looking at these fantastic skyline shots. Aura is a fine looking tower with great massing. I imagine the vitality of Downtown has grown by leaps and bounds since I was last there many moons ago.
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I'm really enjoying looking at these fantastic skyline shots. Aura is a fine looking tower with great massing. I imagine the vitality of Downtown has grown by leaps and bounds since I was last there many moons ago.
I moved to Toronto in 2001 from London UK. The city has changed dramatically since then. The streets are far busier, there's way more 'stuff' on every block, the number of new buildings is astonishing, and the city is heading 'upmarket' in a hurry.

What initially felt like a cyclical building boom changed into one of those once in a century booms some cities go through as they morph into an entirely different type of place. It might be another decade or two before things settle down a bit.
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I love pictures of Toronto's high buildings looming up through the woods of Don Valley, and other ravines.
It's such a dramatic contrast. Wish there were more like it.
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