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Twelve photos that capture what it's like to work in a crane 700 feet above Toronto's streets

Toronto photographer Tony Cicero has travelled the world, capturing a gold-mining expedition in Patagonia, the Tour de France in the Pyrenees mountains and a music festival in the Swiss Alps. He shot his latest project, Cranes in the City, right here in his hometown-atop a crane platform 700 feet high.

Toronto's Changing Skyline: Cranes in the City - Glossi Mag

In the last decade, Toronto has seen massive city growth and a condo boom that is unprecedented in North America. Cranes in the City is a photo exhibition by Tony Cicero that shines a light on Toronto's newfound status as a hi-rise city. As a Toronto native, Tony felt this change first-hand after having trouble recognizing ...

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