A neat assemblage of buildings (and one Plus 15 walkway) in downtown Calgary set against a pure blue sky, as seen a few days ago.
This stately building on Yonge Street in Toronto used to be home to North Toronto railway station. I had to look up this building in Google to verify its history … but its proximity to train tracks and the lovely clock tower pretty much gave away its heritage. It is currently a (very beautiful) liquor store.
From my trip to San Francisco in December: There’s something I find aesthetically pleasing about how the angles of the building materials interact in this airport terminal. The variable sizes of the holes in the metal grilles add a little something too.