YinofYang
5 years ago1,000+ Views
Photographer Thierry Cohen traveled around the world, taking pictures of some of the world's busiest cities and some of the world's most remote places. He took the skies from places like the Western Sahara desert and placed it in the skies behind skyscrapers. It's a commentary on the fact that cities have so much night pollution. Perhaps, if we didn't have all the light pollution, maybe the night sky would be that beautiful.
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stunning!
5 years ago·Reply
Yeah, wouldn't that be awesome if we could actually see skies like that in the city. It's impossible, but I guess the only way that would happen is if all the electricity died everywhere.
5 years ago·Reply
@dkdldmlquf16 Agreed! Also, thank you so much for all the comments/clips/and likes. Hope to see you around more often.
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