Tag: skyline

Acrophobia

Hong Kong is an extremely vertical city, with many opportunities to really test out if you definitely do, or definately do not have a fear of heights.

Acrophobia


Hong Kong Nights

Hong Kong is an amazing city by day or by night. There are towering buildings everywhere, and the city really shows them off with a light show every night. Many flock to take in the skyline from across the harbor, but you can also go above the city to the top of Victoria Peak for a birds eye view of everything going on below.

Hong Kong Nights


Locks and Stuff

Apparently it is a thing to put a lock on a public structure to profess your love. NYC is officially not in favor of the practice of people putting stuff on their structures, but I believe it makes for an interesting photo.

Locks and Stuff


By Bridge, Tram or Subway…

…You can get from here to Manhattan in a hurry. This was taken from the exclusive rooftop of a friend’s apartment on Roosevelt Island looking towards Manhattan. The bright lights may look peaceful from here, but the buzz of the city is just across the river.

By Bridge, Tram or Subway…


Into the Fog

I don’t always give my photos the black and white treatment, but when I do I make sure they are spooky like these trees. What made this hike unique was the mix of sun and fog. I didn’t take many pictures of the sun, but these trees in the fog caught my eye.

Into the Fog


NYC in the Sun

The sun was harsh but the city was beautiful. Black and white was the only way to properly capture the very edge of the city.

NYC in the Sun


A Perfect Day

A perfect day in the city of San Francisco, and everyone is outside to enjoy it.

A Perfect Day


NYC in the Spring

New York is fantastic in the spring. I was lucky enough to be there when the cherry blossoms were in full bloom on Roosevelt Island, offering a colorful border to the Manhattan skyline.

NYC in the Spring


California Fall

I always say I miss the seasons here in California as we don’t get the same intensity of trees changing color as I’m used to. This time I didn’t have to go too far to find a taste of fall, a few trees in the Santa Cruz Mountains were participating in the fall season.

California Fall


Sunset at Turtle Rock

I’ve shot at this spot before, and this time I was just hoping for some greener grass from the recent rain. While the grass was greener, I also decided to shoot through these rocks to highlight them along with the sunset.

Sunset at Turtle Rock




  • Copyright © 1996-2014 fstopandsee. All rights reserved.
    Jarrah theme by Templates Next | Powered by WordPress