Anyone that was out and about last Wednesday night couldn't help but notice the thick blanket of fog that descended upon Toronto. From ground level the effects of such thick fog create eery nighttime scenes; buildings appear to be cut in two and faint lights shine from unknown sources in the distance. Forum member tomms, on the other hand, had quite a different perspective of the meteorological event. Perched high atop the L Tower, he snapped this image of the fog rolling through the St. Lawrence District and Old Town Toronto. The fog blurs buildings while emphasizing city lights, revealing the unique street layout that defines the neighbourhood.

Photo of the St. Lawrence District from atop the L Tower, image by tomms

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