July 22, 2011
Located between Wellington and Front Streets at Church Street in Toronto, the Gooderham Building, completed in 1892, is a good example of a flatiron building, similar to its more famous cousin, the Fuller Building in New York City. I had to edit this picture a bit to take out a half dozen pesky girls standing in the foreground, but I don't think that's too noticeable unless you look closely. I couldn't just wait for them to move because I was sitting in the van at a traffic light and by the time they moved, I'd have been gone. I love buildings from this period. Classic.
For purists (or the curious), the original unedited version is here.