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Toronto Photo Essay: Skyline Fusions

"Looking out for lurking lions" (Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania on Toronto skyline)

Photos and writing by guest contributor Robert Stirrett.

In 1995 I visited the Toronto Islands for the first time. It was late June and I quickly fell in love with its natural beauty, inspirational mood, and dramatic view of the Toronto skyline. I am simply amazed that more Torontonians don't take advantage of this world class urban island retreat.

That day, I took a shot of a swan with the skyline as a background. When I developed the roll, I did a simple cut and paste to create an enhanced image.

My beach shots from around the world added to the diversity of my efforts and with Niagara so close, my PhotoFusion concept was born.

Continue reading for more Toronto skyline meets South Africa, Mexico, California, and more PhotoFusion works...

South African beach in Port Edward

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Niagara River-Rainbow International Bridge

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Acapulco

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Santa Monica Beach

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Scarborough Beaches Boardwalk

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Atlantic City Boardwalk

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Ontario nude beach

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Penninsula Lakes Golf Club, Font Hill

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Check out many more of Robert's Toronto (and Detroit) skyline fusion photos.

Toronto Photo Essays are visual, themed collections of photographs submitted by readers of blogTO and members of the blogTO Flickr Pool. We appreciate the interactive, collaborative nature of this column, and encourage readers to submit photo essays for future consideration.


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