Category: 2019

House Of Parliament

“House of Parliament as seen from Harshegy”. Photo by Behind Budapest.

This picture was taken in Remetekertváros, Hungary (Google Maps).

Novosibirsk City Waterfront

Photo by Man_from_siberia.

This picture was taken in Tsentral’nyy Rayon, Russia (Google Maps).

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“2019 October Visiting The Vessel Sculpture at Night Hudson Yards Tower near 34th Street Midtown Manhattan New York City NYC 10/04/2019 – West Side Construction in the Center of cityscape art architecture urban landscape scape view cityview shadow silhouette 21st close up skyline skyscraper railroad rail yard train AmTrak train tracks below grown stair stairs buildings above staircase dingus Fall Autumn climb climbing up down evening”. Photo by Brecht Bug.

Clipper Cove Marina

“Treasure island – san francisco, california”. Photo by Patrick Boury.

This picture was taken in Embarcadero, United States (Google Maps).

Angel Lane

“Stratford”. Photo by Gary Kinsman.

This picture was taken in Stratford and New Town, a neighborhood of Newham, UK (Google Maps).

Ujlipotvaros At Dawn

“Ujlipotvaros at dawn”. Photo by Behind Budapest.

This picture was taken in Lower Pannonia (Roman province), Hungary (Google Maps).

BP Pedestrian Bridge

“A view of the Chicago skyline and the BP Pedestrian Bridge”. Photo by Randy Scherkenbach.

This picture was taken in Millenium Park, a neighborhood of Chicago, United States (Google Maps).

Early Dinner

“Civic center – san francisco, california”. Photo by Patrick Boury.

This picture was taken in San Francisco, United States (Google Maps).

Early Dinner

“Civic center – san francisco, california”. Photo by Patrick Boury.

This picture was taken in San Francisco, United States (Google Maps).

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An Assist From The Flood

“Here’s a photo that would not be possible even a year ago. The steadily rising Lake Michigan has overtaken the lowest portions of the concrete barriers protecting the shore out by the planetarium. Long term, this is a bad thing. Short term and with long exposure? Sure does look pretty”. Photo by Jason Devoll.

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