A sunrise view of the Toronto skyline is shown in today’s Everyday Photo, looking southeast toward a colourful horizon. Captured by Forum contributor ProjectEnd , this particular view highlights the city’s central spine of high-rises stretching from the Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood in the north to the growing South Core skyline at the foot of the city.
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