Category: reflection

Red Reflection

Red Reflection

“Science World”. Photo by Wayne.

This picture was taken in False Creek, a neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada (Google Maps).

Also London

Also London

“We’ve been here before, another PoV and perspective”. Photo by Мaistora.

This picture was taken in Lisson Grove, a neighborhood of London, United Kingdom (Google Maps).

Skyline

Skyline

Photo by Christoph Hetzmann.

This picture was taken in Donauturm, a neighborhood of Vienna, Austria (Google Maps).

Swan In The River And Perth City On Background

Swan In The River And Perth City On Background

“Swan in the river and Perth city on background, Australia”. Photo by Anek Suwannaphoom.

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After Midnight At The Tribune

After Midnight At The Tribune

“Lake merritt – oakland, california”. Photo by Patrick Boury.

RUS71097 – Urban Jungle

RUS71097 – Urban Jungle

Photo by Ruslan Zabolotsky.

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RUS71097 – Urban Jungle

RUS71097 – Urban Jungle

Photo by Ruslan Zabolotsky.

Seduction

Seduction

“Is it time to say goodbye? It feels like it slowly coming to an end. I really did enjoy it. This is the last bit of ice I was trying catch just a few day back…. I’m slowly getting excited about spring and a change on the horizon. How do you feel?”. Photo by Nenad Spasojevic.

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

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News-energy-nov16-SingaporePower

“Oil color painting Singapore Skyline Marina Bay”. Photo by Ben Rowley.

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St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral

“St Paul’s Cathedral, London, is an Anglican cathedral, the seat of the Bishop of London and the mother church of the Diocese of London. It sits on Ludgate Hill at the highest point of the City of London and is a Grade I listed building. Its dedication to Paul the Apostle dates back to the original church on this site, founded in AD 604”. Photo by DaDa 1127.