It has not been long at all since we did our last full story on The Well at Spadina and Front, Toronto's largest construction site ever… but it's such a massive site with so much to see that it keeps drawing UT Forum contributors with their cameras. Today, without getting into all the statistics, we are just going to enjoy a few of the shots recently posted to our Forum thread by 'Red Mars' taken with his camera's Tilt Shift setting turned on.

Looking west across the office tower construction site at The Well, TorontoLooking west across the office tower construction site at The Well, image by UT Forum contributor Red Mars

Tilt Shift puts both the foreground and background out of focus, and keeps only a portion of the mid-ground sharp, resulting in an effect that makes the image look like a model: the section that is in focus really pops. (For a better look, click on the images to have them expand.)

Looking west to excavators working away at The Well, TorontoLooking west to excavators working away at The Well, image by UT Forum contributor Red Mars

You can find several more of these images—in a larger, clearer format as well—in Red Mars' recent post in the thread for The Well, or you can read about what's going on at The Well in our most recent full article.

Looking north across the office tower construction site at The Well, TorontoLooking north across the office tower construction site at The Well, image by UT Forum contributor Red Mars

You can also learn more about what's coming here by clicking on the database file, linked below, which contains many renderings and various stats including many of the companies involved. Want to talk about it? You can get in on the conversation in our associated Forum thread, or leave a comment in the space provided on this page.