Top Ten Toronto Photo Spots

One from the archives this week, here's our look at the best photo spots in the T-Dot, the 416, or as most people know it, Toronto. 
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Sandstone Hills Trail is an amazing hidden gem. This scenic trail takes you right up into the hills, where you can find many photogenic locations along the way.

Check out more photos by 👉 Konrad Sciarretta  

See it on the map 👉 Thousand Oaks, California, USA
The view looking out over the River Thames from the Greenwich Pier is one of the best locations to take photos in London.

Check out more photos by 👉 Srijit Bhaumick 

See it on the map 👉 London, England
An old Forest Fire lookout tower lays dormant at the summit of Mount Brent. The tower offers an amazing 360-degree view of the Okanagan Valley and Monashee Mountain Ranges.

Check out more photos by 👉 Scott Goldsworthy  

See it on the map 👉 Mount Brent, British Columbia
Mud Lake is home to a small preservation area right along the side of the road. As a bonus, there are usually a lot of turtles and cranes around if you are quiet enough. 

Check out more photos by 👉 Tired Tim 

See it on the map 👉 Cobden, Ontario, Canada
Jordan Pond Path is a scenic trail that hugs the shoreline offering several amazing views from around lake. As a bonus there are also trails leading off to the Penobscot Mountain and South Bubbles.

Check out more photos by 👉 Aaron Smith 

See it on the map 👉 Bar Harbor, Maine, USA
A beautiful rustic farm along the Thousand Island Parkway is the perfect place to pull over and take a shot. Especially as the sunsets on the fields behind. 

Check out more photos by 👉 Shawn M. Kent

See it on the map 👉 Butternut Bay, Ontario, Canada

Meanwhile at

I'm not going to lie, haven't got much time this week. In about 3 hours I will be wheels up on my way to Europe for work. But, rest assured my better half Lisette will be manning the helm in my absence. Looking forward to shooting as many of the sights I can fit in between the meetings. One of our users identified a bug this week, so we've got the development team on that. So needless to say this week's gonna be a busy one. Hope you are all having a great end of summer too. 

Until next time, happy snapping!

Yours aye,

Shawn M. Kent
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