One of the highlights of early fall is the dramatic lighting our skyline receives at sunset. Our Forum has lit up recently with postcard-worthy shots of the downtown core silhouetted against varying shades of pink, orange, purple and red. Today's image comes from Forum member Razz, shot from the east end of the city. The Gardiner Expressway snakes through the lower left of the image; to the right, the L Tower's crane reaches to touch the CN Tower. Look closely and you can draw a near-perfect diagonal line starting from the towers at the foot of Yonge and Bay Streets, its apex the top of Scotia Plaza, beyond which extends a picturesque contrail left behind by some high flying jet.

Downtown core seen from the east end, TorontoDowntown core seen from the east end, image by Razz

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