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Tokyo Spread

Tokyo Skytree watches over the metropolis on a cool, clear night. At 634 meters, Skytree replaces Tokyo Tower as the major site for television and radio broadcasts. Why? Because Tokyo Tower has been (sadly) out-built by skyscrapers which now block broadcast signals to the Kanto region.

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The Year Ahead

Happy New Year! Hoping 2015 is a great year for YOU 🙂 (Tokyo Tower and Mori building, Tokyo, Japan. Check out the people standing on top of Mori building).

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Bright Lights, Big City I

The awesome city of Rotterdam at night. Love the mixture of the different lights! The foggy conditions add something special to an otherwise dark black sky. I was standing with my tripod on the concrete blocks that temporarily divide the two driving lanes during the construction of the road. Checkout …

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Merlion and Singapore city

SINGAPORE – APR 14 2014 : Merlion fountain in front of the Marina Bay Sands hotel on April 14,2014 in Singapore. Merlion is a imaginary creature with the head of a lion, seen a symbol of Singapore

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Sydney City of Light

Vivid Sydney is an annual festival of light, music and ideas, held in Sydney. It includes outdoor … The centrepiece of Vivid Sydney is the light sculptures, multimedia interactive work and building projections that transform various buildings.

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Munich – Iconic Towers

The 2 towers of the Frauenkirche cathedral are Munich’s main landmark and considered the symbol of the city. © All Rights Reserved – you may not use this image in any form without my prior permission.

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Rainbow Over New York City

© 2012 Steve Kelley Available via Getty Images at: [ License Now ] Follow me on [ Instagram ], [ G+ ], [ Facebook ] and, [ Twitter ] A double rainbow over Manhattan after a severe thunderstorm. Beautiful gradients of blue to light blue and a glorious golden glow …

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Toronto City Hall No 7

In 1957 an international competition was held for a design of a new city hall. A total of 520 designs were received from 42 different countries. The winner of the competition was Finnish architect Viljo Revell. In 1965 Toronto’s fourth city hall opened and still serves as the home of …

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