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I haven't posted a photothread on this site in forever, but my recent trip to Hamilton and seeing Flar's farewell thread inspired me to. I went there for the James St art crawl with a friend and spent the day before that getting a tour of various parts of the city and taking pictures. Unfortunately the day was extremely hazy, but it's Southern Ontario where haze seems to be more common than not. I rather enjoyed the vibe of the city and intend to visit again in the future, especially since it's relatively easy and quick to get to from where I live.
Incidentally I'm sitting on 1.5 years of pictures taken in Toronto that I may be tempted to start posting in the upcoming weeks.
Even more industry!
It's hard to tell here, but this scrapyard has used a row of old TTC buses as a fence.
They build factories OVER the streets here.
There's that INDUSTRY again. You can also see Toronto through the haze if you look closely.
This building is pretty much awesome.
Obligatory self portrait in reflective glass. This time slightly out of focus!
I have no idea what's going on with this house and I'm not sure I care for it.
Found this strange house(?) fronting a laneway. Couldn't seem to find an entrance, and it is significantly larger than the house at the front of the lot.