We all love a good skyscraper skyline. However, they sometimes feel disproportionate to the population size of the metro area they represent: some smaller cities have very impressive skylines, while some urban behemoths have mediocre to non-existent ones (whether due to cultural legacy, geography, height restrictions, what have you).
I know this will be an extremely subjective thread with no right or wrong answers, but I'm interested to see what others think.
I'll start off with Vancouver. Very impressive skyline for a metro area of only 2 million people.