Toronto timelapse

New timelapse celebrates the beauty of Toronto at night

If snow-covered Toronto is getting you down (but why would it?), perhaps it's time to recall just how majestic our city can look at night without the under layer of slush we've become accustom to over this brutal winter. This new timelapse from photographer Oscar Flores should help viewers do just that.

In the brief span of a minute and a half, one is treated to hovering views of Toronto hot spots (and regular timelapse subjects) like City Hall, Dundas Square, the Eaton Centre, King and Spadina, the Gardiner Expressway, and the DVP. There's also a SkyDome shot in there, but we've seen a number of these already.

Still, the whole thing is whirlwind tour of a very Michael Mann-looking Toronto, which is actually a nice reprieve from the city's current state. Bonus points for the driving sequence at the end.

Toronto the good from Oscar Flores on Vimeo.


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