Schlagwort-Archive: blue hour
View over the Huangpu River in Shanghai during the blue hour.
Urban night scenery in Puxi, Shanghai, China. Highway bridge over some streets with a lot of traffic and lights. In the background the Pudong Skyline with Shanghai Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC) and Jin Mao Tower.
View on the Pudong Skyline with several skyscrapers. In the foreground you can see very many people on the Bund, enjoying the view. On the huangpu river several ships are cruising.
A magic sunrise morning at the Bund with view on the Shanghai Skyline in Pudong.
The magnificent panorama view onto the beautiful and shiny skyline of Shanghai at night. During the blue hour, the glittering towers around the new Shanghai Tower are like a shining jewel in the deep blue sea. The Shanghai World Financial … Weiterlesen
Nightview on the magnificent skyline of Frankfurt at night during the blue hour.
One of the most famous and beautiful views of New York City. The view onto the Brooklyn Bridge and Downtown at night during the blue hour. This image is also part of my NYC book – you can pre-order it … Weiterlesen
NYC, what a beauty! View on Manhattan sykline during blue hour, seen from weehawken.
View from Rockefeller Center, Top of the Rock at night. Part of my “blue.hour.cities” collection.
Panorama view over Berlin during the blue hour, seen from the Fischerinsel. You can see Alexanderplatz, Nikolaikirche, Rotes Rathaus, Altes Stadthaus, Berliner Dom, Park Inn Radisson and the Fernsehturm. Festival of Lights – October 2014 Available for licensing at GalleryStock: … Weiterlesen
Night view from the Top of the Rocks onto Manhattan during the blue hour.
View on Downtown with the new shiny One World Trade Center, seen from Empire State Building at night.
One of the greatest views on Manhattan you find in Weehawken. If you want to escape the vibrant Manhattan for a short time, just take the ferry to Weehawken and enjoy the view onto the skyline of New York City. … Weiterlesen
Panorama at the intersection of 5th avenue and Broadway. The Flatiron building is definitely my favorite building in New York City, such an unique form of architecture. On the left the new building “One Madison”.