The Usual Toronto Suspects

There are probably two shots every Toronto photographer has in their collection. Aside from my usual non Torontoesque captures. I too partake in the usual snap happies of the famous and notable Toronto landmarks.

Shot number one is on Front St. Toronto and is the well known Flat Iron building. Usually most shooters perch down the street on the center median to capture the building head on. I saw the sunset and wanted a different view with the glimpse of last light.

Derek Shanks Photography

 Shot number two is taken from the north end of the Toronto Islands and the vista speaks for itself. The city looks beautiful from over the lake and you can’t help but marvel at the architecture and how the buildings glow in the evening. The ever popular CN Tower with its half back turtle friend of Rogers Stadium always by its side is true a capture of Toronto.

Derek Shanks Photography

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