Looking along Cherry street, toward's One World Trade Centre, from the Manhattan Bridge, NYC.
Originally named East River Drive, FDR Drive was later renamed after Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The roadway was designed by Robert Moses. He faced the difficulties of building a parkway/boulevard combination along the East River while minimizing disruptions to residents. The section from 125th Street to 92nd Street is the original 1934 construction, while sections from 92nd Street down to Battery Park (with the exception of a section from 42nd to 49th streets) were built as a boulevard, an arterial highway running at street level. Future reconstruction designs from 1948 to 1966 converted FDR Drive into the full parkway that is in use today.
The CN Tower (French: Tour CN) is a 553.33 m-high (1,815.4 ft) concrete communications and observation tower in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Built on the former Railway Lands, it was completed in 1976, becoming the world's tallest free-standing structure and world's tallest tower at the time. It held both records for 34 years until the completion of Burj Khalifa and Canton Tower in 2010. It is now the 3rd tallest tower in the world and remains the tallest free-standing structure in the Western Hemisphere, a signature icon of Toronto's skyline, and a symbol of Canada, attracting more than two million international visitors annually.
A back alleyway in Toronto, Canada.
Telegraph Pole, with old staples from previous messages, downtown Toronto
New Old Industrial
New apartments, in old industry.
Low Winter Sun
Afternoon setting Sun, Toronto, Canada
Face painted on a back door, In an alleyway in Toronto, Canada.
A Mannequin in a Kensington Market shop window in Toronto.
Late afternoon sun in the back streets of Amsterdam.
The "B" train crossing the Manhattan Bridge, New York.
The Empire State building lined up through the arch of the Manhattan Bridge, in Dumbo Brooklyn.