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Northern Light

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Photos taken May 23rd, 2021:

From Front Street in the West Don Lands:

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And, from Mill Street in the Distillery District:

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There are few places for the public to view the skyline from north of Bloor. Rosehill Park is probably the only one, and that's closed for rehabilitation. I hope some day there'll be a tower with a top-floor public observation deck in Yonge/St Clair or Yonge/Eglinton.

Edit: Crothers Woods and Millwood overpass also provide decent views, but they're a bit too far east.
 

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From Bremner Blvd............the Skyline can seem small, and short.... (how does 72-storeys seems so small?)..... taken June 5th.

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The 3 skyline clusters of downtown Toronto as seen from Humber Bay. First an overall view ...

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Zooming in to Southcore

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The Financial District

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And finally "northern downtown" for lack of a better term (Gerrard to Bloor)

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