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Austin skyline


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Old Posted Oct 9, 2012, 5:58 AM
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That Minneapolis shot is extremely impressive looks very similar in size, height, lowrise chunkiness to LA actually.

Toronto, good lord we are really starting to see how that boom is playing out.
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By: lauric at flickr
Epic shot.
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Little bit of downtown Portland with my favorite mountain in the background.


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This is fantastic, and to think that it only shows half the skyline - everything North of College St. to Bloor/Yorkville is missing.
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Chattanooga

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I tried to find one that properly incorporated the mountains with downtown. They practically surround the city.
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Chattanooga has such a beautiful setting. Would love to visit sometime.
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Good thread. It's always nice to see a new round of skyline pics. Whoo!
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Another Denver shot (by me):

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I took this picture as I was flying in to Haneda.



Note the mysterious garbage island in the foreground, the only place in the whole of Japan I know of that has no actual address of any kind (or at least no address that is available to the public).
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Tokyo is like NYC on crack.
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Tokyo is like NYC on crack.
Kinda obvious, but isn't New York New York on crack?
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Trash Island
1-5-3 Garbage Pail Prefecture
Tokyo 100-8994
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Calgary's skyline is getting intense.
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