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Crane operator ROBERT MacFARLANE’s birdseye view of TORONTO
From his perch, atop the 58-storey L Tower, crane operator ROBERT MacFARLANE takes in this view every day. Foreground – Bay Street highrises; background – CN Tower, Rogers Centre, and the western suburbs. The crane gives him a 360 degree unobstructed view. “Every day there is beauty on the lake, and little swaths of the city that will light up while everything else is in shade. I just gotta get that picture.”
Yet another pretty face on St. Nicholas Street
A flower blooms in midtown
‘Gold, Silver and Lead’ by Jed Lind, Toronto Sculpture Garden
JED LIND’s stack of modified car bodies in painted steel – ‘Gold, Silver and Lead’ – celebrates the 30th year of the Toronto Sculpture Garden. King Street East at Church, opposite St. James Cathedral.
Icelandic t-shirt design – Eyjafjallajokull – (it’s so easy to pronounce)
Jackson Pollock lecture, Museum of Modern Art, New York
Iconic TORONTO – Tim Hortons, streetcars and snow
Joe Fafard’s “In The Pasture”, Toronto-Dominion Centre
Farm animal sculptures by Saskatchewan’s Joe Fafard are extensively collected. One of his best-known and largest works – “In The Pasture” – sits amidst tall buildings in TORONTO’s Financial District. Wellington Street West at York.
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