The juxtaposition of recreational and industrial uses is part of what makes Sugar Beach such an interesting space on Toronto's waterfront. The most traditional view of these clashing styles is from the east (Sugar Beach) side of the Jarvis slip, where the public space's white sand and pink umbrellas stand in stark contrast to the Redpath Sugar Refinery on the opposite side. In today's Photo of the Day, which was submitted to the UrbanToronto Flickr Pool by Eric Sehr, we are presented with a fresh new angle on these very different land uses, going high above the Jarvis slip for a bird's-eye view.
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