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  1. Canoncan

    Canoncan TPF Noob!

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    Toronto, today had Open Doors; a festival that Chiller gave me a heads up on. Went down today and shot a few hundred. Gonna Post them all. No just kidding. Here is one of the top of the Gooderham Flatiron Building that has been in many movies.

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  2. Meysha

    Meysha still being picky Vicky

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    Another great photo from you!
    Looks like your having great weather too. I love the colour of that building. It looks great contrasted agianst the blue sky. You wouldn't happen to have a shot with more of the building in it would you?
     
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    Great photo but this really made me laugh "Hey Hey, my my, taking photos will never die......... Ansel Young"

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  4. Canoncan

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    Here is a full shot of the same building.

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    cool shot man! love the perspective on this one and what an interesting building. great sky :thumbup:
     
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    Very nice!
     
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    Ahhh memories. It's been a long time. Great shot. :thumbsup:
     
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    Great shot Canoncan.!!!! Both are very nice. I like the flare on the window and the sky. Did you get inside? I tried last year and the line up was down the street so I gave up.
    I got to the Brickworks, and the Downsview airforce base. I also did StJames Cathedral and crematorium...very cool.
     
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    I really the angle and the flare in the window in the first one. Great shot!
     
  10. JonK

    JonK I want MORE!!

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    That first shot roks!
    way to go;love the sun reflection.
    Seems to be lacking a bit of contrast. Maybe boost it a bit and this puppy will pop!

    I guess there are a few good things about TO ;) (winnipegger here)
     
  11. John E.

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    Very good picture indeed. Hope you stoped in for a beer or two, the selection of beer there is awesome or at least use to be.
     
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    Could not get in on Sunday, I did get to about 10 buildings in total. The Highlight the Elgin /Winter Theatres. The only functioning double stacked theatres in the world that are still working. Each of the two theatres also has baclonies to boot. Simply awesome.
     

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