Amsterdam. by remoscarfo

Amsterdam is the most watery city in the world. Its canals and harbours fill a full quarter of her surface Its waterways have always been its essence and its source of wealth The 17th century Canal Belt was placed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list in 2011

via 500px

The Panthéon, Part I by MacClaus

The view from Rue Saint-Jacques to the Panthéon. The Panthéon is located in the Latin Quarter, Paris. It was originally built as a church dedicated to St. Genevieve and to house the reliquary châsse containing her relics, but after many changes, now functions as a mausoleum containing the remains of distinguished French citizens. It’s an early example of neoclassicism, with a façade modeled on the Pantheon in Rome, surmounted by a dome.

via 500px

Vegas Baby! (# 2) by RobertSchmalle

The Cosmopolitan Hotel in Vegas has a number of hotel rooms that have a terrace. A number of these rooms overlook the fountains at the Bellagio hotel. The view at sunset is breath taking – that is in a gaudy and over-the-top sort of way.

There is no place like Vegas!

via 500px

NeverDarkNights by JonathanDanker

International Finance Centre, Hong Kong

Nights in Hong Kong City never seem to get dark with all the light emanating from the giant skyscrapers.

Canon 5d Mk 3 | Samyang 14mm f2.8 ED AS IF UMC | ISO 100 | f 11.0 | focal length 14mm (3 tile, 4 exposure blend vertorama with extra exposures for the light trails)

© Jonathan Danker
My images are posted here for your enjoyment only. All rights are reserved. Please contact me @ if you are interested in using one of my images for any reason.

As an initiative to make my works more exposed and for you, the viewer to have a more easier experience, I have created a facebook page for my photography.

Please visit, like it and comment and I hope to see you there!
Thanks for the support and encouragement!

via 500px

Chongqing nights III by JulienFolcher

During my stay in Chongqing I was able to find some really cool rooftops from where I could get views of the skyline. unfortunately the weather wasn’t on my side and all the sunset were wrapped in a thick layer of fog and pollution.

This one turned out to be better at night, once the yangtze river cruise boats turn their lights on and come and go around the Chaotianmen peninsula.

Initially I was going going for a stack of all the images I took from this roof to maximize the traffic on the river, but once I was editing the images and stacking them it looked very messy. I opted for only one exposure, which looks a lot cleaner actually.

via 500px

December Storm by Mark_Lawson

An evening electrical storm sweeping through the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Australia.

Multiple long exposures taken over a period of 45minutes.

via 500px