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King Kong Toronto

This is what King Kong looks like in Toronto

Have you ever wondered what it would look like if King Kong wreaked havoc on Toronto's cityscape? Wonder no more. Thanks to the very talented Toronto photographer Justin Main we can stop imagining. He seamlessly places the giant ape on top of the CN Tower being attacked in what looks like an epic movie still.

The Instagram photo has racked up over 3,000 likes on Justin's @photified account and this is just one of many wicked edits you can find when you browse through his stream. He reimagines Toronto in surreal ways and gives his followers a look at our city like we've never seen it before.

Photo via @photified.


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