Category: sunrise

Will The Sun Shine On Us Again?

Photo by William Chu.

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Goood Morning Bergamo

“A little bit before Blue Hour the Upper City of Bergamo (Italy)”. Photo by Freemanphoto.

This picture was taken in Bergamo, Italy (Google Maps).

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Tokyo Tower

“Tokyotower in Tokyo city with sunset sky from the hotel observation, Japan”. Photo by Anek Suwannaphoom.

Sakura Or Cherry Blossom Park In Seoul Cit

“Sakura or cherry blossom park in seoul city with morning sunrise, South korea”. Photo by Anek Suwannaphoom.

This picture was taken in Chamsilsam-dong, South Korea (Google Maps).

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Sakura Or Cherry Blossom Park In Seoul Cit

“Sakura or cherry blossom park in seoul city with morning sunrise, South korea”. Photo by Anek Suwannaphoom.

This picture was taken in Chamsilsam-dong, South Korea (Google Maps).

Morning Empty Sky Memorial, Liberty State Park, Jersy City

Photo by Kairong Jiang.

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Morning Empty Sky Memorial, Liberty State Park, Jersy City

Photo by Kairong Jiang.

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Walls

“This is a view I’ve been wanting to photograph for a while now. Most photographers, when shooting Downtown from this area, would use the Buddha Tooth Relic Temple as a foreground and focal point of the image. However, I chose this perspective as I like how the skyscrapers resemble a wall, partitioning the glitzy Marina Bay facade from the gritty heart and soul of the city”. Photo by Benzhtan.

Sunrise On Pearl Street

“Grand Rapids, Michigan s seen through my dirty windshield”. Photo by Creed_400.

This picture was taken in, (Google Maps).

_MG_9636 – Oia Sunrise

“Oia or Ia (Greek: Οία, pronounced [ˈi.a]) is a small village and former community in the South Aegean on the islands of Thira (Santorini) and Therasia, in the Cyclades, Greece. Oia reached the peak of prosperity in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Its economic prosperity was based on its merchant fleet, which plied trade in the Eastern Mediterranean, especially from Alexandria to Russia. The two-story captains’ houses built on the highest part of the village are a reminder of the village’s former affluence. Part of the town was destroyed by the 1956 earthquake”. Photo by Alex Drop.

This picture was taken in Oia, Greece (Google Maps).