Four Seasons Center
Four Seasons Center
Category: Street Toronto

Comments(7)- March 17, 2008

I like how the whole side of this building is see-through.

About a year ago: Pyramid

Visitor Comments

  • Wow if you just take a moment and step back you can see why Toronto creates so much pollution. The city is practically all buildings and concrete.
    Kat @ March 18, 2008
  • A high concentration of buildings in one place is actually less polluting than a suburb or rural area where more energy is required to get from point A to point B and much better for air quality.
    A.R. @ March 18, 2008
  • Yes, however the there are fewer people traveling in a rural area even though they may have to travel farther. The number of people who use cars everyday in Toronto is astronomical even though they may only be traveling a short distance. It all quickly adds up, not to mention all the red lights that people are stopped at and are idling which doesn't happen out in farm country because there aren't near as many lights to come across.
    Kat @ March 18, 2008
  • And then there's the lack of trees reduce the amount of cabon dioxide in the atmosphere.
    Andrew @ March 18, 2008
  • The number of people using public transportation is also astronomical, and many trips include the subway and streetcars, so that improves air quality. The point was more along the lines that if you took the number of people living in the city and spread them out over a rural area, the amount of energy needed would be greater. It's better to have compact, dense cities with a lot of forest outside of the city. The city also has trees along streets, in parks, in ravines.
    A.R. @ March 18, 2008
  • I like the lights in the glass building
    Volodia @ March 20, 2008
  • Amazing shot man!!! I love the perspective and the simple clarity and best of all the colors and the content of the photo... It almost looks like you used a Tilt/Shift series of lens (Canon's Line of lenses) anywho I love it!
    Quinn @ March 21, 2008

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