Monday, March 26, 2012

Photo: Call It Like You See It

Back when I lived in Toronto the Trump International Hotel and Tower was still under construction, a metal skeleton rising up in the heart of downtown. I understand that it's complete now, which makes photos like this all the more difficult to take. I took this photo of the then-incomplete skyscraper back in April 2010, and the sign seems to be uncommonly frank about the nature of its namesake.

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