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Old Posted Oct 13, 2016, 3:59 PM
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From the Champlain Bridge webcam, Holiday Inn and TOM starting to have a nice impact
And the Griffintown towers have also bulked up and the skyline, and added some depth as well.
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Old Posted Oct 13, 2016, 8:01 PM
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Old Posted Oct 13, 2016, 9:31 PM
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Whoa, hold the fuck on...

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I declare this to be the best damn urban shot in Canada that I have ever seen. There's a slightly aerial-esque shot of Queen West somewhere on this board that I used to think was the best, but this beats that, and relegates it to number two.

And in terms of skylines, I think we need to clearly define a new category: "internal skyline shot." Meaning, not from afar taking in the whole, but from within, or just taking in a part of it.

In that category, this one is a winner. Wow.
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Old Posted Oct 13, 2016, 9:34 PM
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I declare this to be the best damn urban shot in Canada that I have ever seen. There's a slightly aerial-esque shot of Queen West somewhere on this board that I used to think was the best, but this beats that, and relegates it to number two.

And in terms of skylines, I think we need to clearly define a new category: "internal skyline shot." Meaning, not from afar taking in the whole, but from within, or just taking in a part of it.

In that category, this one is a winner. Wow.
!!! It's amazing ....Montréal is the bomb ...have to say it ! ....what other city in Canada has this ? An amazing shot of MTL
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Gorgeous Montreal shots!
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And in terms of skylines, I think we need to clearly define a new category: "internal skyline shot." Meaning, not from afar taking in the whole, but from within, or just taking in a part of it.
That Montreal shot is killer.

Here's a recent one taken by Benito from Urban Toronto that really impressed me.

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Call me crazy, but this is my favorite view of Montreal. Love the urban meets nature in a very organic sense in the foreground and the view of the skyline in the background.
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Call me crazy, but this is my favorite view of Montreal. Love the urban meets nature in a very organic sense in the foreground and the view of the skyline in the background.
Looks nice. We're used to seeing this view for Calgary, Vancouver, and Edmonton. What makes Montreal great is the juxtaposed styles and influences built over the years and the chaotic harmony that results, not necessarily the city's reaction to nature and geography.
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I like the lighting in this pic. Was gonna wait for a fresh page before quoting it, but then someone else had been saving his own photo pornado for the same occasion
No more pornados please! My phone data isn't quite enough for last page!
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No more pornados please! My phone data isn't quite enough for last page!

Way back, these photo-heavy threads used to be tagged with '56k beware' for people with dialup connections... we might have to bring back the warning for those who are watching their data usage.
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What's the construction fencing for?

P.S. We need a night time shot from this angle with the cross on top of the church glowing red.
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Way back, these photo-heavy threads used to be tagged with '56k beware' for people with dialup connections... we might have to bring back the warning for those who are watching their data usage.
Or at least use spoiler tags a little more liberally! I don't browse on my phone but it's annoying to have to wait for photos I've already seen load for the page to take me to the new posts.
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Or at least use spoiler tags a little more liberally! I don't browse on my phone but it's annoying to have to wait for photos I've already seen load for the page to take me to the new posts.
Your browser doesn't have a cache?
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