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Marcel Caissie (spey2008 on Flickr) took this photo in his backyard in Moncton.
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Michel (Mike) Soucy (michelsoucy on Flickr) took this photo in Kingston, Ont.
Photographer: Michel (Mike) Souc/Michel (Mike) Soucy
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Ronnie Yip (ronnieyip on Flickr) took this photo outside the Eaton Centre in Toronto.
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David Overall (also David Overall on Flickr) took this photo in Nahanni, Northwest Territories. See more of his photos at http://northofsummer.blogspot.com
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Richard Gottardo (also his name on Flickr) took a break from shooting weddings to snap some shots of his dog, Peanut. More work can be viewed at www.richardgottardo.com
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Jennifer Tse (jentse on Flickr) took this photo. She writes: I've found that the gift of a higher vantage point is all in the perspective. Not only are you able to see more in a quantitative sense, covering more distance with your eyes, but you are also able to see more of what you already see -- in other words, how height can alienate, redefine, and add something more to the familiar. Something like a portable toilet on a construction site seems obvious, right? Of course workers need to answer nature's call while working atop an unfinished building. But at first glance, this scene was jarring to me. What is that doing there? A precariously placed potty, indeed.
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Ronnie Yip (ronnieyip on Flickr) took this photo near Toronto's city hall.
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Michael Kalus uploaded this photo to our Flickr pool. You can see more of his photos at michaelkalus.smugmug.com
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Thom Evered (thomevered on Flickr) took this photo, "Rusty Bug," just north of Guelph, Ont.
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Luke Tyszkiewicz (stillsinflux on Flickr) uploaded this photo of the Toronto skyline to our pool. See more of his photos at lucasimages.ca