The profile of our cities, the silhouettes of the buildings
The whole skyline taken from the ferry during a sunny day
This spectacular sunset showed up out of the blue while I was walking around Watsons Bay.
Sometimes in Australia you can have magnificent and unexpected views like this one.
At night or during sunset, few views can be compared to the one you get from the pedestrian path of the Manhattan Bridge.
The sun is going down in the city that never sleeps
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is more known in popular culture for the 72 steps “Rocky” climbs in the movie series than for being among the largest art museums in the United States.
View from Greenpoint – Brooklyn
The Financial District and Brooklyn Bridge caught during sunset
New York harbor, Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty, while on the ferry.
Cleveland is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ( the white building on the left ), as the term was coined by a local radio.
Skyline portrayed from the Lake Erie shore.
The Southern Hospitality, the great atmosphere, tons of tunes, easy-going people.
Welcome to the “Music City”.
“Real folk music long ago went to Nashville and left no known survivors” Donal Henahan
The “Charm City” seen from the Harbor
Described by Dante in the Divine Comedy with “come in su la cerchia londa Monteriggioni di torri si corona” (As with circling round of turrets, Monteriggioni crowns his walls),
towers and defensive walls are the most famous features of this historical village.
Medieval hill town world-famous for the “Vino Nobile” produced here, considered to be among Italy’s best red wines.
This rooftop is considered to be among the 10 best in the world.
A small part of the movie Hangover 2 was filmed here.