Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

For this challenge, I almost posted the Lego Christmas Tree again, then remembered I’ve used it for a previous challenge.

Instead, I chose this shot of the CN Tower which I took when I was 18. It was at the time the tallest freestanding structure in the world and as far as I know it still is.

The views from the glass lifts and the glass-floored viewing platform are not for those who are scared of heights!

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16 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Big

  1. Northern Narratives says:

    Great photo.

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  4. Very interesting and magnificent.

  5. Gracie says:

    Great shot! I must say, I’ve been to the CN tower, and yep, those glass floors are definitely not for the faint of heart.

  6. Jo Bryant says:

    that is an extremely impressive building…great shot too

  7. Jeni says:

    I can see it from my bedroom window! (not nearly as large from that distance, though)

  8. sjgleah says:

    Many many years ago, back when the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team made it to the World Series I was watching a broadcast of the game from my home in California. The clueless America-centric announcers incorrectly referred to that structure as the CNN Tower.

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