cn towering

By: Lesley

Nov 05 2011

Category: Toronto

14 Comments

Aperture:f/3.5
Focal Length:5.7mm
ISO:80
Shutter:1/59 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

The CN Tower reflected in one of the many office towers in downtown Toronto on a recent sunny evening. I was at a stop light and glanced to the left… and managed a quick shot before the light turned green.

Participating in Weekend Reflections and Photo Hunt

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14 comments on “cn towering”

  1. Wow, Not every building would have been tall enough to catch the entire Tower – this is so cool!!!

  2. Oh, this is very cool! And nice that you could isolate the building, too (not an easy task, most of the time!)

  3. Absolutely fabulous! You had to find a tall builing to match with the tower!and you did!

  4. Tip-top reflection, Lesley!
    Would be great for Sky Watch too.

  5. Wonderful for a stop-light capture. Wow!

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

  6. A photoblogger always has to be ready. Well done, great shot.

  7. Super catch! Camera always on the ready.

  8. Great shot! I remember when the built the tower and everyone was convinced it would fall – signs were posted around Toronto warning you that you were in the ‘tower fall zone’. LOL All these years later and it is still there . . .

    Have a super weekend.

  9. Oh wow. This is beautiful. I love the reflection and those dots of lights are perfect for this week’s theme.

    Have a fabulous weekend.

    Liz @ MLC

  10. You did a great job of capturing the tower at the stoplight. I try that too with mixed results. I even wish the light would stay red longer sometimes.

  11. Doesn’t it just make your heart go pitter patter when you know you’ve got a good one? Yay to this one, Lesley! Don’t think you could get a better reflection of the CN Tower.


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