After I landed in Toronto, I realized that the CN Tower had changed a bit since the last time I was in the city; there's a supporting framework on the top of the SkyPod now. This is part of EdgeWalk, a new attraction that allows you to walk around the circumference of the tower, outside. When I took this photo from College Street just east of Bathurst I just thought I was getting a good angle on the tower - I didn't expect to capture four people in the middle of an EdgeWalk, but if you look close you can see the figures clear as day.
Would I take an EdgeWalk the next time I'm in Toronto, or ever? Hard question - aside from the sheer issues of the whole "walking around on a building edge a thousand feet up," there's also a lot of other stuff that the $175 ticket could potentially buy.
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