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Looking Down at The City

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Last week I returned from a business trip and was lucky enough to get the Air Canada aerial tour of some of Toronto's landmarks on a rather clear day. I snapped away through the window of the plane as we circled the city to land at Pearson.

A smaller plane going over the mouth of the Humber River, an incredibly long look down Yonge St., and a bird's eye view of the criss-crossing road patterns at the junction of the 407 & 404 highways follow...

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Mouth of the Humber River [ - view it larger - ]

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Looking Down Yonge St. [ - view it larger - ]

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407/404 Highway Junction [ - view it larger - ]


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