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STREAM

How often do you have this kind of views on your disposal? In this post I’m going back to one of my favorite view points here in Chicago. Since it is very popular photographers destination I don’t dare to post shots from here as often as I would like to, …

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Reaching Up

Website | Twitter | 500px | Facebook | Instagram | Getty It’s interesting how compressing the perspective makes objects seem closer together than they really are – Canary Wharf looks like it’s only just behind the Gracechurch Building.

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Enlightenment

How often do you go out and shoot? I almost didn’t go out yesterday because of the bad weather. In the last moment I decided to do it and just went out while it was pouring heavily. I had couple of new locations in my mind but two of them …

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Flatiron Building in New York City

The famous Flatiron Building in New York City is a must see for photographers when in Manhattan! Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Shutterchance | Getty Images | On Explore | Snapchat: Toshio_1 | Li.st: Toshio04 All Rights Reserved. All Images Copyright protected

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Les Gâbles

Facebook | 500px | Google+ Le plus intéressant… | Ma carte | Mes classeurs | Mes albums Dunkerque | Nord (59) | Hauts-de-France | France

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Philadelphia ~ Saturday Night Lights

I decided to take a drive down into the city last evening to do some long exposure/night photography. I wasn’t quite sure how things would turn out as it was very foggy outside. My goal was to photograph the City Hall clock tower from South Broad Street. Although this is …

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