window views

By: Lesley

Sep 26 2011

Category: Toronto


Focal Length:34.8mm
Shutter:1/0 sec

Looking east from the Art Gallery of Ontario is a view of some of the apartment and office buildings in downtown Toronto.

Participating in Our World Tuesday.


13 comments on “window views”

  1. So many different lines, shapes and colours.! NEAT!

  2. Nice view. It’s sort of like a puzzle how all the different colors and such come together.

  3. Skyline as hodge podge! Wonderful!

  4. Interesting buildings.Great.

  5. Oh, a wonderful hodge podge indeed! And so colorful! Really different and somehow it all comes together perfectly! Great capture for the day, Lesley! Hope you have a great week!


  6. What fun! Different shapes and sizes and fun to see what’s on the balconies!

  7. What a great shot! So reminiscent of a modernist painting. Wonderful light and shadow play adding to the clean lines.

  8. What an amazing shot, all lined up like that, and all so different

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  9. A great composition! I wouldn’t want to live in a place so crowded!

  10. Incredible gathering of shape and colour! I guess each apartment can claim a tiny corner of uniqueness!

  11. Well, that’s quite an interesting building! Most blocks of flats are boring but this is very colourful and unusual!
    Thanks for your visit, Leslie! Yes baroque is sometimes overdone, though I love baroque music very much. Especially Bach, Handel, Vivaldi…I also like the music of the time before baroque.

  12. very cool, colourful and eye-catching. 🙂

  13. Ditto EG… very cool!

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