Shot between February and June of 2010, the magnifique city of Paris assumes an even more timeless identity at night.
The Chilean city’s impressive population of nearly five million is only rivaled by its equally bountiful skyline.
Soak in the soaring heights of its towers during the day and its illuminating downtown scene at night.
Who says that pilgrimage destinations have to look as old as they are? Located in Saudi Arabia, the architects of the Abraj Al Bait Towers–otherwise known as Mecca Royal Hotel Clock Tower–strove to foster a modernized and record-breaking mecca for its visitors. The towers boast the title of world’s largest clock face and world’s tallest hotel.
Hong Kong may be the world’s most vertical city, but in this photograph it seems like one of the most illuminated as well.