Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Photo: The Dawn of a New Toronto Day

I previously posted a photo taken at around the same time as this one, but they're hard enough to get that want to keep sharing. Back in November, I had a stop to make at Pearson on a flight from Fredericton, New Brunswick back to Vancouver, and while the plane from out east was descending low over the megacity the sunrise peeked above the horizon.

Here, downtown North York along Yonge Street is a narrow corridor of skyscrapers bathed in streetlights, and the circuit diagram of quiet streets outlines neighborhoods where people are still waking up--after all, it was barely 6:30 when this shot was taken.

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