There are some dramatic perspective lines from atop One King West. Nestled in between the city's tallest towers (and at 51 storeys, One King West is no slouch), we get an up close look at the 1960s-era Mies van der Rohe-designed Toronto-Dominion Centre, along with a range of developments featured on UrbanToronto in the distance. These projects include the Festival Tower, Cinema Tower and way off in the distance across Humber Bay into Mississauga, the statuesque Absolute World. Today's Photo of the Day was submitted to us by Walt May.

Looking West from One King West, image by Walt May

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