The tip of the Western Hemisphere
The tallest freestanding structure of the Western Hemisphere is the Canadian National Tower, built back in 1976.
And the highest floor in the Western hemisphere is its Skypod.
From its 447 m.s.l., enjoy the majestic view on Toronto downtown and lake Ontario.
Wait for the the lights switching on the Gardiner motorway and roof top swimming pools …
… and enjoy the sunset. Pictures shot with a Nikon 16-35 mm and a 70-200 mm VR II. Click each picture to zoom in.
Great pics! You captured the essence of the CN Tower very well! I love the sunset!
Thank you Jim! It was exciting spying the city from such an high terrace. I was lucky it was quite empty at 8pm. Up there at almost 500 meters I had the luxury to spot the latest sunset in Toronto that day.