It’s only now that I’m back that I grew a deep appreciation for the CN Tower. Although I thought it was cool whenever I see it back then, now my thought is that Toronto is so lucky to have this wonderful symbolic structure to represent it. A true work of art that can be seen in the entire downtown area hovering over other “little” skyscrapers serving as the centre piece of this very progressive city.
And now that I am back, I made sure that I took a bunch of photos.
Constructions in downtown never end. Union Station is being turned into a sleek ultra modern all glass structure and everyone else is following suit.
As seen from the beach at Queen’s Quay in downtown.
Beautifully blends even with old buildings and passenger vehicles. As seen near China Town.
Details matter. It measures at 553.33 m-high (1,815.4 ft) and is considered as the tallest free standing structure in the world.
This was taken during one of those evening walks to the cinema from my office. Flanked here by the gorgeous Much Music building, believe it or not, this is how Toronto evenings look like in the Summer.
Just right outside my office.
From inside a Mc Donald’s near the Fashion District.
My current favourite sighting. Peeking between the Maple Leaf Square and the Telus Tower.
It looks dramatic during sundown.
The View From The Top
The breath taking view of downtown in the summer. Concrete and nature side by side.
The island in Lake Ontario.
Like a bunch of legos.