Inside Frank Gehry - canon 20d w/10-20

Project manager for the Art Gallery of Ontario's Frank Gehry-designed transformation Mike Mahoney stands on the site of the Galleria Italia, a 450-foot-long sculpture promenade rising above Dundas. Enclosed by moulded glass hanging from swooping beams of Douglas fir, this will become one of Toronto's most iconic architectural features and a postcard favourite.

Originally posted on the Torontoist.

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  • Robert

    I like the B&W; it highlights the geometry of the construction without the color distraction.

    2007-08-26

  • ChaCha

    Nice Shot!

    2007-08-26

  • shooter

    Wonderful....

    2007-08-27

  • nferreira

    When I saw this photo, it reminded me the vintage photos of the constructions sites in the early 20's, when the skyscrapers were rising like mushrooms. The b&w helps in that ambiance. :-)

    2007-08-27

  • Thomas

    Great line work!

    2007-08-27

  • Thomas Winzer

    Great shot, the B&W is wonderful.

    2007-08-27

  • Jason

    That's gonna be great. I assume we will be seeing some shots later once it's completed.

    2007-08-27

  • Miles

    Thanks everyone.

    Jason, I hope to get back in there for the opening, it should be spectacular, especially along this area.

    2007-08-27

  • Fred

    Great B&W. Perfectly framed.

    2007-08-27

  • Jeff Ambrose

    I've never been able to get into Gehry, his buildings just don't do much for me as a whole. I do like the vintage feeling of your shot though.

    2007-08-27

  • Myrtle Beach

    That will be great when finished. It is stunning now!

    2007-08-27

  • lasiate

    prêt à être déballé !

    2007-08-28

  • crash

    nice B&W pic ... looks like this will be an impressive structure

    2007-08-28