Luminato Light Balls - Toronto
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Luminato Light Balls - Toronto

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Big hanging light balls installation at Toronto's Dundas Square as part of Luminato festival in 2008. The balls have LED lights inside them which will change colour based on the music fed to them. People would bring their MP3 players and dance to the song and lights.

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A: Dundas Square

por N. Cortez, 20 metros de distancia

The heart of Toronto, where the most vibrant display of diverse multi-cultural event takes place all ...

Dundas Square

B: Dundas Square

por alexander Pomnikow, 30 metros de distancia

Dundas Square

C: Luminato Light Balls - Toronto

por Sam Javanrouh, 30 metros de distancia

Big hanging light balls installation at Toronto's Dundas Square as part of Luminato festival in 2008....

Luminato Light Balls - Toronto

D: Evening on the Square in Toronto

por Zoltan Duray, 30 metros de distancia

Evening on the Square in Toronto

E: Yonge-Dundas Square

por Naum Krstanovski Nakka, 40 metros de distancia

Yonge-Dundas Square

F: Dundas and Yonge intersection

por Ahmed Kassim, 60 metros de distancia

This Panorama is for the most busy intersection in it is Dundas and yonge Intersection,Toronto, Canada

Dundas and Yonge intersection

G: WINTER IN TORONTO

por Spencer Wynn, 80 metros de distancia

Photographed in the middle of the Yonge & Dundas intersection, a view of the snow storm on Februa...

WINTER IN TORONTO

H: Eaton Centre

por Sam Javanrouh, 80 metros de distancia

Eaton Centre is one of the largest and most popular shopping malls in Toronto located at Yonge and Du...

Eaton Centre

I: Eaton Center 2

por N. Cortez, 210 metros de distancia

Toronto Eaton Centre is Canada's premier shopping destination and is an experience that defines eleva...

Eaton Center 2

J: MASSEY HALL

por Spencer Wynn, 240 metros de distancia

The alley at the side of Massey Hall. Massey is a historic concert hall with beautiful warm accoustic...

MASSEY HALL

Este panorama fue tomado en Toronto, Canada

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When you think of Canada, you think of . . . snow, right?

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Text by Steve Smith.

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