Have you ever thought of being in a place where the day and night occurs at the same time? It’s weird even just imagining about it huh? Well, today you’re about to see what it looks like, and you’ll love it!
Stephen Wilkes, photographer and creator of a series of which he calls Day to Night, confines the beauty of both the daytime and nighttime cityscapes as he captures the images for up to 15 hours in a fixed view and then later combines them into one stunning image. Scroll down and be mesmerized with these twilight photography. Come, take a peek, and enjoy.
Union Square, NYC
Presidential Inauguration 2013
Santa Monica Pier, CA
Western Wall, Jerusalem
The Highline, NYC
Washington Square Park, NYC
Central Park, NYC
Times Square, NYC
NYC Library, NYC
The Flatiron, NYC
Gramercy Park, NYC
Park Avenue, NYC
Bethesda Fountain, Central Park
Times Square, New Years Eve, NYC
Check out Stephen Wilkes on his website. You can share what you think on his works by leaving a comment below. The images seen above belongs to Stephen Wilkes.
With these amazing photography, it just shows that anything is possible, even combining the day and night in one photo. It just needs some creativity and the desire to create something unimaginable.
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