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A couple of brand new Toronto aerials.


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^Those last two pics are AMAZING!! Melbourne even looks a bit like Philly.
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Rochester, NY is impressive for it's size! I believe they boast themselves as Upstate/Western NY's largest economy in direct reference to Buffalo.
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That Melbourne photo must have 40 luffing cranes. Impressive now, and apparently even more impressive after that many projects are complete.

As for Philly, I did my first real touring a few months ago. It was very impressive. Definitely in the top handful of US downtowns.
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Is that Ontario in the background of that Rochester shot?
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I love this thread.
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Is that Ontario in the background of that Rochester shot?
That it would be or perhaps clouds above Lake Ontario in the far distant.
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Seattle:

airshow.fan on flickr

Chicago:

Krzysztof Hanusiak on flickr

Venice:

wolfgang binder on flickr

Passau, Germany:

klaus leidorf on flickr

London:
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brian allen on flickr
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BTW, in almost all these cases you can get larger versions if you click the source. Just FYI 'cause so many are so great.


Rome:

tobias abel from flickr

New York:

nettyA from flickr

Boulder:

wmgobuffs from flickr

Trieste, Italy:

zacke82 from flickr

Raleigh, NC:

fiddleflix from flickr

New York:

dusk zero from flickr

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evan leeson from flickr

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All right. Last batch for now.

Malé, Maldives:

Haanee Naeem] from flickr

Weird Chinese suburban farms:

rei in forest from flickr

Los Angeles, showing the power of zoning:

kurt preissler from flickr

San Diego:

brian mka from flickr

And the pièce de résistance, Tokyo:

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So many awesome aerials of so many awesome cities!
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Melbourne: Wow so many cranes like someone said and that shot doesn't show the South Bank cluster where Eureka tower is the city's tallest.

LA: Good lord that warehouse area is so huge and looks pretty fugly. The shot does show off all of the 8 plus floor density of downtown core though.

Baltimore: Why is all of the harbor so industrial? Seems like they missed an opportunity to put more parks and residential near the water.

Seattle: VERY impressive from that angle! Amazing shot

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