To me “urban” signifies a group of tall buildings huddled together. Within these buildings people work, live and play. Seeing the city from the outside, though, can be impressive – especially when you approach it from the water. After a visit to the Toronto Island, we see the unique skyline of the city of Toronto.
From this distance we can see the places that we go to often over the weekends: the Harbourfront and the district we often visit.
A city is always expanding, and Toronto is no different as the cranes in the distance testify. What a beautiful view from the residents must have from their shoreline apartments.
What does “urban” mean to you?
(Join us each week for the Photo Challenge posted at The Daily Post at WordPress.com. This week’s prompt is: Urban)