Many German cities allow these 'old vs. new' shots due to obvious reasons. But Frankfurt certainly does this best. Taken last October.
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My choice would go to the left! Just because I have too many sights like what is on the right. Last week I got on an almost finished HUGE building in one of the many centers in Tokyo, but I only reach half way to the top..at the 11th floor. And I wanted to take some shots of what was there beyond the windows....In exchange for my "daring action", I got an attack of dizziness! No joke!
1 Apr 2013 11:39am
@Japanalia: I'm working in a building with a glass facade, and some of my colleagues have their problems with that (vertigo). This is a bank tower, by the way, and in that church Johann Wolfgang v. Goethe was baptized.
Beautifully-rich colors that you've captured in this nighttime shot! I love the contrast between old and new.
1 Apr 2013 8:58pm
@Steven: Frankfurt is full of these; it's one of the few German cities with really huge buildings.
I love the clock, but what I like even more is the way the yellow and the building behind disappears, great contrasts too.
2 Apr 2013 3:08am
@Abena: The building in the background is a bank tower; it has a certain Gotham city feeling.
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