This statue of an American tin soldier is about 3 meters high. It is lying down on purpose! This is one time the Americans were defeated in the battle (1812).
Very nice perspective of the statue! It gives you a very fine view to the area of the city!
Thanks Jan. Appreciate you looking deeper into my gallery. Tomas
Excellent composition!Uncommon!--like 2--AnaM
Oh, ein Trunkenbold? :-) L Beste Grüße
L I K E
All the best from Iran. Mahdi
Tomas, me encanta esta toma. no se porque me recuerda la estatua de Sadam Hussein. Like
Collateral damage are required! Like!
Unusual modest position even for a tin soldier, beautiful picture , well composed view , LIKE , regards Lucien
excellent shot F+L
Hello Tomas, thank you very much, I'm glad. Toronto is a wonderful interesting town. I was here, on the big Tower (I think 480 m high) also, I know the metro, bat I didn't make photos,pity. LIKE 10 for this very good picture and warm greetings from Peter.
I was on the tower last time in December 2013.
553 meter high Peter (with the antenna), but the observation platform is lower.
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Photo taken in Fort York, Toronto, ON, Canada
Fort York National Historic Site
Misplaced? Suggest new location