42nd Street at the famous #TimesSquare in #Manhattan, #NewYork City – A place that truly never sleeps: where you will see flashing lights everywhere, yellow cabs stuck in traffic, tourists taking pictures and probably one of the few places on earth where you can go shopping literally all around the clock. While New Yorkers try to avoid this place, it’s something you have to see at least once in your life!
#LongIslandCity (LIC) is a neighborhood is #Queens, #NewYorkCity that used to be an industrial hub within #NewYork. It has been redeveloped over the past decade and now features lots of galleries and high-rise buildings with amazing views on #Manhattan, though here & there you can still find old, abandoned industrial complexes that show the roots of this up & coming area.
Sunset over #NewOrleans, #Louisiana – With a view on the remarkable #CrescentCityConnection twin #bridges, leading from #downtown New Orleans to Fisher Development Neighborhood. An amazing view during #sunset and #night, when the sky turns dark blue with both bridges #illuminated in the old orange streetlight tones!
#NewOrleans has its own very unique #streetcar system, with beautiful old streetcars that still roam the #streets of the city, getting locals and travelers alike across most hotspots throughout the city. Amazing to watch and ride!
During my trip to Chicago past year, I had the chance to experience the city at night while clouds and rain where passing through. The pictures resulting from this trip came out pretty nicely though, I have to admit.
The city skyline of Chicago at night, with the beacon light on top of the Drake Hotel
The skyline of Chicago at night, covered in a thin layer of fog