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Toronto’s City-Scape Instagrammer You Need To Follow
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Toronto’s City-Scape Instagrammer You Need To Follow

Picture of Shae Loeffelholz
Updated: 11 December 2015
Welcome to the concrete jungle! The skyscrapers of Toronto tower over residents, making for excellent photo opportunities. Instagrammer @bora.vs.bora takes city photos to a new level – literally. From down below or climbing on roofs, Bora shows his dedication to the city with his inventive, expertly shot photos. Take a walk through the streets and rooftops of Toronto’s finest buildings and see the city through Bora’s eyes.

Nathan Phillips Square lit up by the skyline and smiles for an installation at Nuit Blanche 2015. Visitors had their photos taken on an onsite photo booth as part of artist JR’s ‘Inside Out, 2011-2015’ project.

Rooftop photos are Bora’s strong suit. Proof? This bird’s eye view of Dundas Square at night: a calmer alternative to the busy daytime streets.

Everyone loves a good hike for a change of scenery (but you should probably bring an umbrella.)

Cotton candy colours, the CNE midway lights up the night, a farewell to summer with this vibrant goodbye wave.

Sunsets and skylines, the downtown core makes a beautiful silhouette against the setting sun.

A prominent figure among his photos, Bora adds new twists to his CN Tower shots: this time with a magical firework display.

Measuring over 500 metres tall, the CN Tower is struck, on average, 75 times a year (and it always makes for an exciting photo-op.)

As a melting-pot of Canada, Toronto offers festivals for many cultures; colourful Caribana meets the concrete jungle.

Plush velvet and ornate décor, the Elgin and Winter Garden offers an escape from the busy city lifestyle and into a world of art and entertainment.

In a world of new, The Cathedral Church of St. James’ gothic architecture is a blast to the past, with high ceilings and arches, emphasized by the eerie sky.

By Shae Loeffelholz

Shae Loeffelholz, was born and raised in London (Ontario. Not the cool one), and is currently attending Ryerson University in their BA English program. When not attending classes, she can be found curled up in her bed reading a good book or watching Netflix, and sometimes doing homework.