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CN Tower

This original photograph by Laurel L. Russwurm is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License

CN Tower


This original photograph by Laurel L. Russwurm is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) License

Close-Up: CN Tower
Is this amazing or what… those little red dots are people at work! 
Suffice it to say, I love my zoom lens :)
P.S. I’ve just been told that the teeny tiny people wearing read are more likely to be tourists involved in “The CN Tower Edge Walk”

Close-Up: CN Tower

Is this amazing or what… those little red dots are people at work! 

Suffice it to say, I love my zoom lens :)


P.S. I’ve just been told that the teeny tiny people wearing read are more likely to be tourists involved in “The CN Tower Edge Walk”

The CN Tower, Toronto

The CN Tower, Toronto

The CN Tower
[cropped]

The CN Tower

[cropped]

asks:
Do you have a favourite photograph - one of yours and one not yours?

That’s a tough question… selecting a single favourite is never possible for me. 
I like each photograph I take for different reasons, sometimes because it’s
technically excellent, some because of the subject, sometimes for fun. 
I have an awful lot of favourite photographs.  This is one of them, and
it’s a favourite because is a serendipitous great shot.  Only rarely do I
catch an unexpected gem, but that’s what this is.  Taken on the fly,
out the car window.  With the saturation pumped for a bit of glam. 

The same applies to other people’s photographs.  Again, I’ve a lot of favourites.  
This one because it’s fun :)

Whenever I see the CN tower juxtaposed with normal buildings, I think it looks like bad hollywood special effects.

Whenever I see the CN tower juxtaposed with normal buildings, I think it looks like bad hollywood special effects.

CN Tower

CN Tower

Not security theatre, this is more like construction theatre.
No one gave me a hard time about photographing this construction fence line in downtown Toronto.   Byron Sonne’s experience was very different when it came to photographing the G20 fence line. 
blogged in Oh! Canada today:
The Canadian Charter: Why is Byron Sonne so important?
whoacanada.wordpress.com/2011/11/30/the-canadian-charter-why-is-byron-sonne-so-important/

Not security theatre, this is more like construction theatre.

No one gave me a hard time about photographing this construction fence line in downtown Toronto.   Byron Sonne’s experience was very different when it came to photographing the G20 fence line. 

blogged in Oh! Canada today:

The Canadian Charter: Why is Byron Sonne so important?

whoacanada.wordpress.com/2011/11/30/the-canadian-charter-why-is-byron-sonne-so-important/