One of my favorite Toronto landmarks is somewhat of a secret - to see it you need an international plane ticket. Once you’ve passed security and entered the departure lounge of Toronto Pearson Airport, you’ll find Richard Serra’s grandiose, "Tilted Spheres" (2002-2004). Trust me when I say a healthy dose of jet lag makes its enormous size and trippy echo effect even more surreal. As an added chuckle, I recently came across this photo by Canadian artist, Dean Baldwin, titled "Explaining the Richard Serra at Pearson Airport Using a Red Onion" (2007). Canadian humor is the best.