New UrbanToronto Forum member pmurdoch posted a series of images recently following the big storm that briefly touched down in Toronto, but wreaked considerable damage north of the city. In amongst the images of an early-summer storm was this one, reminding us of a distinctly different time of year. Looking west from somewhere around the ACC, the image shows a chilly winter fog trying to work its way through the growing wall of condominiums that line our waterfront.

Downtown Toronto and Southcore Financial Centre, image courtesy of pmurdoch

Moving through the city, the fog would soon pass the condominiums along Queens Quay and descend on the cranes that currently dot the area south of Front Street. Ice Condos can be seen in the foreground, while Infinity is rising behind. The Southcore Financial Centre can be seen rising beside the already completed PricewaterhouseCoopers building on the far right.

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