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The photos of the week: July 13-19

The photos of the week collect each of the editor-selected photos of the day into one post for a contest to be decided by our readers. Sponsored by Posterjack, the photographer whose image receives the most votes will be awarded with a voucher code for a 24"x36" poster print of their work.

All the rules and fine-print can be found in the original announcement post on the blogTO Flickr page. One thing to add, however, is that the voting period ends at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, after which the winner will be contacted with the good news.

For those photographers whose images are featured below, please feel free to give us a little information about your shot — i.e. where and when it was taken — in the comments section. Who knows? Maybe your description will sway voters in your favour! Note: We're currently delayed on voucher distribution, but should be back up to date by next week.

Lead photo by Jack Landau.

2.

Humber Ba Arch Bridge


Photo by Jack Landau in the blogTO Flickr pool.

3.

Toronto roof


Photo by Neil Ta in the blogTO Flickr pool

4.

Urban exploration toronto


Photo by freaktography in the blogTO Flickr pool

5.

morning fog toronto


Photo by mcdux in the blogTO Flickr pool

6.

Don River graffiti


Photo by Ben Rofflesen in the blogTO Flickr pool

7.

Toronto skyline swan


Photo by Tim Gonzalez in the blogTO Flickr pool



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