Thursday, March 17, 2011

Photo: Its Internal Geometries

On the north side of St. Clair Avenue West in Toronto, just past the railway bridge that marks the western border of Corso Italia, there are a couple of hydro towers standing in the middle of a small park. The towers would have been there first, of course, unless I'm completely off in my interpretation of the weathered metal.

It's not that often that these towers are situated such that I can walk right inside them. It was a new perspective, and rather interesting at that.

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