Thursday, September 15, 2011

Photo: Descending Toward Sunset

There are a few places to get good photos of downtown Toronto, and while they generally tend to be close by - the Islands are fairly popular for that - the geography of the lakeshore doesn't mean they all are. I took this one from Prince of Wales Park in New Toronto, one of the former independent towns of south Etobicoke, and also captured a Porter Airlines Q400 on final approach to the Island Airport. It's incredible, I think, the degree to which downtown condo projects have taken over the downtown skyline; it's got to the point now where you have to be practically right next to SkyDome to see it and they're crowding out all but the tallest of the skyscrapers.

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