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Cheers, Ralph Bouwmeester

Friday, October 10, 2014

Torontohenge October 2014


On October 25, 2014, the sun sets in line with Toronto's major east-west streets offering photographers a great opportunity to capture the sun as it perches on the horizon between the canyon walls of buildings on either side of the street.  Sunset is at 6:18 pm EDT.

Although Torontohenge technically falls on October 25th, great photos can be taken in the days leading up to the 25th as the sun hovers directly above the street prior to sunset.

The photo below is a rendering showing the time and position of the sun (approx.) when it is in line with east-west streets between October 15th and 25th.  As you can see, there are lots of opportunities for great shots shortly after 6 pm.  (Click photo for larger view.)

Share your pictures on Twitter by sending them to @sunposition using the hashtag #Torontohenge.  You may also e-mail them directly to us at

torontohenge graphic


Cheers, Ralph

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