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Robert MacFarlane, @SkyJacked793, Photographs Spectacular Toronto-Area Scenes From Crane (PHOTOS)

03/05/2013 10:48 EST | Updated 04/12/2013 02:28 EDT

From skyscrapers engulfed in fog to a sunrise over Lake Ontario, a crane operator has captured some truly breathtaking photos of the Toronto area from his high-altitude seat.

Robert MacFarlane of Scarborough has worked as a crane operator for more than 20 years, according to the Toronto Star. His current job helping to construct the 58-storey L Tower condo building, on The Esplanade, affords some impressive views, and MacFarlane photographs from his vantage point 702 feet up.

In mid-February, he started sharing his dizzying photos via his Twitter account, @SkyJacked793. MacFarlane shoots mostly with a Canon SX40, but also uses a Nikon L610 and a Samsung Galaxy S III.

Check out some of MacFarlane’s most beautiful pictures below, and follow him on Twitter for more captivating photos.

SkyJacked793's View Of Toronto