Doors Open Toronto 2014

Vote for your favourite photo of Doors Open Toronto

Doors Open Toronto typically produces great photos, but this year's crop is superlative. Toronto often gets knocked for not being a beautiful city, but these photos tell a different story, one in which the city is an architectural marvel. Alas, many of these subjects are difficult to access year-round, but it's intriguing to know what lies just beyond plain sight -- and, hey, the photos capture everything for posterity.

Here our are top 10 picks for Doors Open photos this year. Be sure to vote for your favourite. The deadline for voting is end of day June 1st.

Lead photo by

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John Yu.
Photo by Jack Lai

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Matt Thompson

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Photo by avexus

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Photo by Dan Perl

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Photo by Vik Pahwa

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Photo by Clare C

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Photo by iuliana strambeanu

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Photo by shutterjitter

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Photo by Susan Drysdale

UPDATE

Thanks to everyone who voted and participated. The winners have now been contacted and the top three vote getters are as follows:

1. Avexus (Toronto Archives)
2. John Yu (Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute)
3. Jack Lai (Russell Carhouse)

doors open toronto contest

The winning photo will be announced on June 2nd, 2014. Prizes include:

  • 1st place: $500 gift certificate to Henry's Canada.
  • 2nd place: $100 gift certificate to Henry's Canada.
  • 3rd place: $50 gift certificate to Henry's Canada.

See all the submitted photos in the blogTO Flickr pool.


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