Rooftopping With Liquid String
My collaboration with Liquid String resurrected a long-time personal passion, namely roof-top and city photography, which came at a time when on-going assignments were otherwise forcing me to remain grounded.
Valentin Coman, the man behind the Toronto-area technical solutions provider, Liquid String, took me on assignment to survey and photograph real estate properties through the Greater Toronto Area on behalf his long-time client AA Property Management.
Subsequently going out on a few outings of my own, I present for your enjoyment a collection of city views taken from various suburban real-estate development nodes in the Greater Toronto Area.
A string of highway-grade light standards trace the path of the Central Parkway at night, just outside of Square One in Mississauga.
Land division and development patterns become apparent from the 13th floor. Block building, newly constructed condominiums at Square One in Mississauga.
Suburban development patterns unfold beneath the 13th floor balcony of a newly constructed condominium at Square One in Mississauga.
Square One, Mississauga, a perfect storm of population growth, provincial planning and infrastructure allocation.
Post-modernism is now a fact.
Echoes from the past? Birthday cake toppings? Evolution in a sense or perhaps no change at all.
This is now home.
The smoking city moans below with bloated fog-horns and muffled clangs of steel on steel.
North York living comes with city views. Shot from the 27th floor of a newly constructed condominium at Yonge and Finch, managed by AA Property Management & Associates.
Finch Subway Station.