URBAN – This week’s photo challenge is guest hosted by Terence S. Jones.

The idea behind urban photography is to photograph your city and the streets as they are, presenting a more direct, unaltered view of life. It is about documenting urban living space and how people adapt their environment to certain needs and vice versa. Share a photo that means URBAN to you!

Toronto’s Painted Ladies by Cheryl Andrews©

Known in The Beaches neighbourhood of Toronto, Canada as the “painted ladies,” these town houses have a San Francisco-esque facade.

Photo by Cheryl Andrews©

These single-door garages painted to match the townhouses are a stacked, two-car-feature employing the Klaus hydraulic lift for added storage space – how’s that for adapting to urban living space!

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