Friday, March 13, 2009

Photo Hunter/ Four

Four towers on the Region of York Administration Building, Newmarket

This week's Photo Hunter challenge is: FOUR.

My town, East Gwillimbury, is situated in the northern part of York Region, the region just north of Toronto, Canada. It was designed by the world-famous Canadian architect, Douglas Cardinal, and nineteen yeas later, the building still looks great, at least to my eyes.

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27 comments:

Jan said...

Wonderful. The only thing that would have improve this great capture, is if the clocks said 4:00 o'clock!

Aileni said...

I think 'Four' is going to result in many different takes on the theme.
Great - but pity it wasn't Four o'clock. It is a fine shot anyway.

Photo Cache said...

It looks great. It's fascinating what players come up for the theme. I love the building.

judi said...

This is soooooo cool I love the building, and your take on four. :)

Carver said...

That's a great shot for the four theme. Hope you have a happy weekend.

Corey~living and loving said...

Great choice, and a really amazing building. :)

happy weekend!

Becky and Gary said...

Such a really nice picture EG. Great 4's
B.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very interesting building.

Small City Scenes said...

It is an interesting building and does look great. MB

Colin Campbell said...

Lovely. There is a lot of architectural and structural symmetry in four.

Brita said...

It really looks great. Cool building and great four.
Thanks for visiting too. Many greetings to Canada! Have a nice weekend!

Bengbeng said...

it is n impressive building

isaiah said...

no need to be four o-clock, the pic is good enough :)

Rose said...

What a unique building! It is very interesting to look at.

Kerri said...

Great take on Four! Those are awesome!!

Vita Stunder said...

Great take on this week's theme!
This is a great shot! :)

Mine is up too!
Happy weekend :)

Mojo said...

Marvelous! Is this one of those shots where as soon as you saw the theme you knew exactly what you were going to shoot? Or did the idea just drop out of the sky?

And I'd agree, the building looks great! Especially the clock tower!

Dragonstar said...

I do like that. The building has such lovely lines.

Cindy said...

Lots of variation on this theme! Seems like everyone has a unique take on it.Here' myfour, hope you can stop by!

George said...

You're right -- this is a beautiful building and a great post for 'Four'.

Mrs Mecomber said...

Very unique building and great photo!

I moved my Photo Hunters to my new photo blog. Please visit if you can!

http://ilovenewyorktravel.net/photo-hunters-4/

Have a great weekend!

diXymiss said...

So much interesting variety with today's theme. Beautiful architecture in this tower shot. Well done.

Leslie said...

Great photo! Well done for this week. :)

SnoopyTheGoon said...

I love the building, and the shot is excellent. Thanks for dropping by, and have a great week!

Ordinary Biscuit said...

Those are towering figure that tells the time of N-E-W-S, very nice.

annant said...

da building is unique :)
lurve da structure :)

richmond said...

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