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Old Posted Mar 6, 2012, 5:07 AM
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Great Edmonton shots!
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Old Posted Mar 6, 2012, 6:18 AM
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really? I find those really exhausted angles.
how about something slightly different?


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That picture is way too big.
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Old Posted Mar 6, 2012, 7:57 PM
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^ That is a great photo of Montreal.
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Awesome shot!
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That I would say is MTL's most impressive angle. Its skyline tends to be hit and miss for me, but that is a big hit!
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Old Posted Mar 7, 2012, 1:29 AM
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Another shot from Hamilton (by me):

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Awesome Hamilton shot! It's great to be able to seen the Pigott Building in the skyline.
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I've never seen a skyline shot taken from Silo #3 before.
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Great pics leftimage, especially the one at dawn!

Ste-Foy - Currently U/C are two 10-story midrises (plus 2 others scheduled to break ground later this year), a 29-story highrise (which will be followed by the addition of 6 stories to the first tower of the complex, for a total of 25). A lot of proposals are in the work for this part of town. It will be a great way to enter the city from Montreal in the future.



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Sainte-Foy par davidivivid, sur Flickr


Not the best quality but it is interesting to see both Ste-Foy on the left and Quebec City on the right.

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Not the best quality but it is interesting to see both Ste-Foy on the right and Quebec City on the left.
You mean Ste-Foy on the left and Quebec City on the right, right?
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You mean Ste-Foy on the left and Quebec City on the right, right?
Of course!! Oups!
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I've never seen a skyline shot taken from Silo #3 before.
Aahh right of course that's where it's from. How tall is that silo, like 20 floors?





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You mean Ste-Foy on the left and Quebec City on the right, right?
Would it be fair to say Ste-Foy is to Quebec City as what Mississauga is to Toronto? Just trying to get an idea of how far away those skylines are and how big of a suburb Ste-Foy is.
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Old Posted Mar 7, 2012, 9:48 PM
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You mean Ste-Foy on the left and Quebec City on the right, right?
Ste-Foy it's Quebec city
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