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A matter of perspective

As with much of life, how you look at things is of great importance…

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A matter of perspective

Looking at the image above you’d think that the construction crane was being used to work on some old brick buildings on Bank Street in Ottawa. The reflections of the crane starts to show that the construction is actually taking … Continue reading

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Perspective

Just an old hinge, just an old door, just a hunk of dilapidated junk that we’ll pay little or no attention to as we speed by in the comfort of the jeep? Maybe it’s a piece of history, something to … Continue reading

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Looking up – some more

This time it’s looking up at construction cranes – marvellous urban sights that are as graceful and delicate as the birds that go by the same name.  

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Looking up…

Looking up at the Toronto skyline can be a bit dizzying when you’re up, close and personal…

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A matter of perspective

In this image it would appear that the Shangri-La retail/hotel/condo development may equal or exceed the height of the CN Tower. In reality, the 66 story Shangri-La will top out at about 214 metres (702 ft), whereas the CN tower … Continue reading

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