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Old Posted Nov 14, 2014, 2:11 AM
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Winnipeg seems to have good multi-directional urbanism.
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It's cool how the highrises sort of wrap around the riverbend.
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It's cool how the highrises sort of wrap around the riverbend.
The view is quite nice when skating down the river in that area.
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Brentwood's (Burnaby) new tallest is first of four Solo District towers.


Metrotown (Burnaby) has three new towers entering its skyline. Much more to follow.
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Love your pics Klazu, and it wont be long until Metrotown (or Brentwood!) become the most underrated skylines in Canada (personally given how little attention and love it recieves vs. its amazing growth in height, beautiful silhouete, amazing backdrop, and perfect perch, it already is)
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I like how much the escarpment snakes around Hamilton. I really need to properly visit the valley-ish portion of Stoney Creek. Good density and dramatic geography.
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Hamilton from the top floor of the recently completed Witton Lofts...


Hamilton | May 16, 2013 by Matt T, on Flickr
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Cool view of the Hamilton Mountain skyline with a bit of the downtown skyline below it...


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Kitchener under this evenings snow storm

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wow, Burlington in those shots looks awesome.
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wow, Burlington in those shots looks awesome.
It almost looks West Coast in a few pics.
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