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Makes me dizzy.
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kawaiininjakat Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2006
Not enough people have been to Toronto if they have to ask if this is real, haha. TALL BUILDINGS CENTRAL.

Very nice. :)
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uurmek Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2006
Whoa, vertigo.
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Zeklan Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2006
Spectacular.
Just wow.
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IzNoGooD Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
:O definately impressive :)
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fyehroqs-fugue Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006   Writer
This is truly a great picture. I'm with many others, I almost find it hard to believe this isn't a photoshopped or CGed picture. It is truly a wonderful shot!

Kudos!
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mboverload Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Holy crap, this is real?

+2497 favs!
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kureejiilea Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
XD Of course it's real. I just stood on the sidewalk and aimed up.

Thanks.
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nueva-paz Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Ooh, love the angle here. It's almost like actually being there and looking up at the buildings. Makes them look taller than they are. What's interesting is the top one looks almost like it were vectored instead of photographed, because of the lighting.
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KyleJCrb Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Damn. Phoenix sucks for views like that, because all the buildings are brown or white, XD. Very impressive capture there, Lea. Razor's right: You could easily be a photographer.
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ZenmaruQuaddra Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006  Student
WOW. :D :D :D :D
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razor-man Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
That's a really nice composition. I still maintain you'd make a good photographer.
So are you using any filters when taking these or is it nothing but a really good digital camera?
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kureejiilea Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Filters? Nyo... all I did with this one was resize/add the border in Photoshop. There are certain effects I'd love to know how to get... I'm still probably unaware of 3/4 of the features of my camera.
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razor-man Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
In that case your camera captures blues really, really well, lol.
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neoyi Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
NOSEBLEEDS. Seriously though, that is friggin' beautiful. And SO clear. Now I officially have vertigo.
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PierreThePaladin Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Waaah! Vertigo! @_@

Very cool perspective on this! I hate skyscrapers though... I'm afraid of heights even when they're above me o_o;
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dcballer Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Hot damn, that is some incredible perspective. The balance of the building presence is already captured very well, but what really adds to this is how the reflective nature of the bottom building warps the normal structures of the rest of the pic, like how the cloud is transformed into a triangle. Definitely a great photo that shows off how the natural and the artificial can combine into something amazing. :thumbsup:
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noo Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006
wwoooooaaaaahhhhh

Now -there- is a cool take on a cityscape. N where i'm from we don't really have buildings that tall, so it's doubly impressive in this corner. XD

.... though... a part of me wants to pencil Wile E Coyote like... falling towards the viewer here. Cuz i'm mean like that. XD
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kureejiilea Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2006
Poor coyote XD That's awesome.

This is right downtown Toronto, so yeah, lotsa tall buildings. I'd also taken a pic of the CN Tower that day... thing's so tall you can see it from an hour's drive away.
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NoArtistHere Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006
I'm having great fun looking at this picture. You see, I'm switching gravity around. Without a show of the ground, my mind can wander. For example. I'm imagining them falling from space toward some deep blue ocean. Awesome. X3
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Illogical-Lynx Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2006  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Coool! I wish my city had some skyscrapers to photograph!
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