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These are the best shots that i have ever seen of these buildings! Well done!
How cool. I have only seen these buildings from the 401. :)
Reading the quote makes me wonder what the truth is in this architecture. Aesthetically interesting this curvature structure reminds me a little of a squeezed pop can. But it is a lovely subject for photographs.:)
Can't-scale architecture is self-indulgence.Mind you, a chunk out of the middle,as in your last picture, on it's own and not so tall, would pass muster.Can't have been easy to photograph.tw3.me
These look like they are almost finished! I also love these buildings. If only I had more money...
Interesting concept!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
This is the first time I've seen these buildings and I'm awestruck!! Incredible and what superb captures for the day -- any day!! Hope you have a great week!Sylvia
Wow, never seen these buildings before - where are they Violet?What awesome shots! Crazy buildings! :)Thanks so much for stopping by my blog too - love having you there!Sistertex
What extraordinary buildings - I've never seen anything like this! Living in a high-rise is completely alien to me.
These are in Mississauga, Ont. and are officially known as the Absolute Towers but [specifically, the one on the right] is nicknamed the Marilyn Monroe.
Great shots of these buildings, Sanna. You did an outstanding job of photographing them. Especially the second one is very nice and fun to scroll down.
Wow, you did a great job capturing those very interesting buildings.
Wow - what superb buildings and shapes. Where is this?
Hi there - I really like the way you included the street light in the picture - seems to be a great contrast. Male and female? Who knows, but I like it!CheersStewart M - Australia
great compositionvery interesting buildings
Thanks for your concern VioletSky. Everything is fine with me. I have been away for a few weeks and and I have also been trying to spend more time outdoors.
What wonderful shots -- I am trying to imagine how you positioned yourself to get that one... lovely!
the close up was taken form the top floor of a parking garage. I was quite pleased with the result!
I bet these buildings stirred up public opinion. While impressive, they remind me of upside down soda bottles. Sorry.
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