L Tower Construction Crane
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L Tower Construction Crane

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This is how it looks from the top of the L Tower's construction crane in downtown Toronto. The crane is the highest ever free standing crane in Canada with a height of more than 200 meters. The panorama was created from videos and pictures taken with a phone camera by "SkyJacked". He is the crane operator and sometimes shares his "point of view" on the UrbanToronto.com construction forum.

The panorama was created from 31 images taken on different days, at different times, with different focal lengths, exposure levels and resolutions, and without the help of a tripod or panorama head.

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