Category: dusk

One World, Sunset – New York City

“View of downtown Manhattan, with One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower) in the center”. Photo by Andreas Komodromos.

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

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In The Alley

Photo by Anthony Presley (on Facebook, Instagram).

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Ambience

Photo by Anthony Presley (on Facebook, Instagram).

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San Francisco

Photo by Dras.

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

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City At Dusk

Photo by Rafael Eufrasio.

Shiny Skyscrapers – New York City

“Rows of shiny new skyscrapers filling up the New York City skyline at Hudson Yards, in midtown Manhattan”. Photo by Andreas Komodromos.

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

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Glass – New York City

“Manhattan cityscape, by Hudson Yards & the High Line”. Photo by Andreas Komodromos.

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

Manhattan

Photo by Erichudson78.

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

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New York City

“Lower Manhattan Skyline – NYC”. Photo by Street level.

Nightscape Of Budapest

“The classic night view of Budapest, Hungary from the viewpoint in Citadella. The night view from the viewpoint is quite amazing, and whoever visiting Budapest should visit this place for the evening to enjoy the true beauty of Budapest in night. The viewpoint is just 30 minutes by walk from Liberty bridg, and if you are want the right spot to place your tripod, arrive a bit early. Otherwise it’s gonna be crowded with tourists”. Photo by Ashwin Karthick Natarajan.