Art Gallery of Ontario - Shoots and Ladders

I love this building for two reasons. One I love Frank Gehry, and two you can find it in my home city of Toronto. What's also helping my full on man crush for Frank Gehry, is that he's local boy born and raised just steps from the AGO on Beverly St.

 

If you every come to Toronto make sure to visit; the only thing I dislike is that this is one of only two sections you're allowed to photograph.

 

AGO

Art Gallery of Ontario

Frank Gehry

Toronto, Ontario

Architecture

 

Jeff Bergman, f x p and 8 more people faved this
  • Keith McInnes PRO 4y

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  • a_michelle 4y

    Beautiful! Love the AGO!! Looks like it was dead there?

    Also, you forgot to mention that it's right next to our awesome pencil crayon building... ... ... lol
  • Serge Babineau 4y

    Gorgeous lighting and processing! Well done!
  • Jeff Bergman PRO 4y

    Fantastic capture! Gehry is great, I recently spent about two hours standing in pure awe at his Stata Center on the MIT campus.
  • Joseph Vernuccio 4y

    Jeff Bergman Jealous, I have plans to try and see it this summer.
  • Joseph Vernuccio 4y

    a_michelle Yeah, it was totally dead that day.
  • Diana Odom 4y

    Nice. It looks like a wicked slide. I'm pretty sure that's NOT what is it but I like the shot.
  • Doug PRO 4y

    Superb image that really shows off the very intriguing architecture. Well done!
  • Klaus Herrmann - farbspiel-photo.com PRO 4y

    The wide-angle lens work perfectly here! I like how this wooden stair case came out! Well done, Joseph!
  • David Gutierrez PRO 4y

    Congratulations on your Creative Engineering As Art Frame!
    It's a Wonderful Engineering As Art Picture Composition!
    I saw this image in:
    Steel Blue Butterfly
    Engineering As Art

    It is a spectacular addition to the group pool.
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