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Vote: Doors Open Toronto 2012 photo contest

While the 2012 edition of Doors Open Toronto might be fading into memory, there's nothing like bringing it back to life like a photo contest. Today we're kicking off voting for the People's Choice award for the official Doors Open Toronto Photography Contest. A panel of judges from the City of Toronto, the Toronto Star, the Toronto Society of Architects and Panasonic have sorted through 957 entries to arrive at these ten finalists presented below.

The top vote getter will receive a Panasonic LUMIX DMC-GF3X camera and their photo will be printed in the Toronto Star. Voting starts now and is open until 11:59PM on Sunday June 24th, 2012. Place your vote by selecting the photographer's name and photo location on the poll at the bottom of this post.

#1 Rahim Rajani -Fire Station 227 (TOP PHOTO)

#2 Sandra C. Hawkins -Black Creek Pioneer Village

Black Creek Pioneer Village

#3 Tanya Witzel - Fort York

Fort York

#4 Bradley Weiss - Artscape Wychwood Barns

Blue Door

#5 Rudra Chauhan - St. James Cathedral

St James Cathedral

#6 Scott Snider- City Hall Observation Deck

Toronto City Hall

#7 Jackman Chiu - Campbell House Museum

Campbell House

#8 Andrew Tay - St. James Cathredal Centre

St James Cathedral Centre

#9 Linden Laserna - Doris McCarthy Fool's Paradise

Fools Paradise

#10 Phil Marion -Molson Amphitheatre

Molson Ampitheatre

Please place your vote in the poll below.



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