That is easily the best skyline shot of Thunder Bay i've ever seen. For a city of about 120,000 people it is a sad state of affairs there. Were it not for that 16-story apartment building I doubt you'd have a hundred footer in the whole city. Brandon Manitoba has a better skyline with a third
the population of T-Bay. Dare I even mention
Yellowknife? Vid's addiction to this site is so
ironic. I am curious though what that futuristic-looking building (I can't believe I am talking about Thunder Bay while using the term "futuristic-looking building"!) just to the left of the golden arches? Whatever it is, it's kinda cool looking.
Metro-One, since sparky didn't clarify what he mean't by "city" (he still
hasn't), I decided to provide a logical explanation of why only metro areas should be considered. Sorry I wasn't more timid about it.
Some of you criticized Sarnia's skyline but i'd say for a city of only ~75,000 it's pretty impressive. It has 20
buildings 10+ stories. In fact, i'd say that's very
impressive for a city that size.
Someone mentioned Nanaimo (metro population 92,000), so here it is courtesy of, "The Great Scaper":