Toronto's Art-Deco Bank of Commerce building at 25 King Street West, constructed between 1929 and 1931 to a height of 141 m, was the tallest structure in the British Empire until 1962. The 24 foot Babylonian carved-stone heads guarding the building represent courage, observation, foresight, and enterprise. I took these photos from the 42nd floor of 1 King West (The Sliver).
In honor of Earth Day! 🌎My little explore has such a love for the outdoors! I don’t photograph him outside as much as I should. That’s definitely a goal of mine this spring/summer! • • • • • • • • •