On a clear day, south-facing information from Downtown Toronto high-rise architectural structures offer a view of the distant views of Niagara Falls, Ontario. Today’s Daily Photo, shot a Forum contributor mburrrr , covers the approximate 65-kilometre distance between the two city skylines. Looking over the Toronto Islands in addition to the Lake Ontario, the Niagara Escarpment rises high above the lake’s southern shore and acts as a pedestal of the silhouettes of Niagara Falls’ high-rise casinos and iconic Skylon Spire, turret, with even the rising mist at the falls visible.
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