Tower Bridge, London, United Kingdom
10 Apr 2017 London #03

Tower Bridge in Black and White, London, United Kingdom

This photo was taken from the area near St. Katharine’s Pier in London. It shows three great London landmarks. The oldest of them is of course the famous Tower Bridge, opened in 1894. It doesn’t owe its name to the two towers, even though it is one of very few bridges on the Thames that does feature towers. It is called Tower Bridge because it is close to the Tower of London, which perhaps is even more famous and certainly many centuries older than Tower Bridge itself. […]

Typical Valletta Houses, Malta
17 Mar 2017 Malta #04

Wideangle View of Typical Valletta Houses with Balconies

Personally, I find these wooden Maltese balconies really cool. Truly Maltese style. They are ubiquitous in Valletta and many other places in Malta. Since they are closed, I wasn’t even sure at first, if ‘balconies’ was the correct word. But they are indeed balconies. They are not verandas, because verandas must be open. […]

Lower Manhattan Skyline as Seen from New Jersey at Sunrise
08 Feb 2017 New York City #08

Lower Manhattan Skyline as Seen from New Jersey at Sunrise

This photo of the Lower Manhattan skyline was taken in 2014 on a chilly April morning, half an hour after this one. I had wanted to return to New York City for a long time, but I waited patiently until the construction of One World Trade Center (previously known also as the Freedom Tower) was completed. […]

Upward view of two skyscrapers in New York City. One skyscraper casts a shadow on the other one.
23 Jan 2017 New York City #07

Upward Perspective of Two Skyscrapers in Midtown Manhattan

This is another image from my stroll around Midtown Manhattan during my trip to New York last year. Architectural photography is about translating three-dimensional objects into two-dimensional shapes. […]

Light Trails of the Evening Traffic in Front of Gwanghwamun. Gwanghwamun (Korean: 광화문) is the main gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace (경복궁), in downtown Seoul.
13 Jan 2017 Seoul #03

Evening Traffic in Front of Gwanghwamun in Seoul, South Korea

Gwanghwamun (Korean: 광화문) is the main gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace (경복궁), in downtown Seoul. The gate has a long history and has been destroyed and rebuilt several times. The first version was constructed in 1395, in its present form it was opened to the public in 2010. […]