Toronto, Canada – CN Tower (HDR)

Toronto, Canada - CN Tower Reflective HDR

NIKON D300, Nikon 12-24, HDR in Photomatix

This photo above is from within the city of Toronto near Union Station.   I was walking and noticed that the CN  Tower was nicely reflected in the building.  I set up my tripod and cable relase and took 5 exposures to capture this HDR.   The smoke stack from the one building adds a nice effect! 

Toronto, Canada - Rogers Centre HDR

 Toronto, Canada is a beautiful city to visit. The people are so nice and there are many sights to see and experience.  Here is some info from the web on Toronto:  You may already know that Toronto is home to the world’s tallest building (CN Tower at 553.33 m) and that the world’s longest street starts at the City’s lakeshore (Yonge Street at 1,896 km), but did you know that Toronto is as far south as the French Riviera or that more people live in Toronto than in Canada’s four Atlantic provinces combined?   Some great sights to see in Toronto are the CN Tower, the Sky Dome (Rogers Centre – where the Toronot Blue Jays play baseball),  Air Canada Centre (where the Toronto Maple Leafs play hockey), Fort York, New City Hall, the Pier and Toronto Zoo.

 This additonal photo is an HDR of the Rogers Centre with the CN Tower in the background.   I’ll post an HDR of the CN Tower in the future and give you detials.  Its a great spot to sightsee…especially when you are high above the city!    From Buffalo to Toronto is about a 90 minute drive.  And in between you can visit Niagara Falls!  About 1 hour south of Toronto via car.    Have a great day…aye!

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2 comments on “Toronto, Canada – CN Tower (HDR)

  1. JS says:

    WOW!!! Beautiful photo! 🙂

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