Photographer Stephen Wilkes takes incredible timelapse photos that show the city going from day to night in one single shot. The way it sweeps across the image is beautiful and a nice reflection of the city and area he’s highlighting as a whole.
Some of the buildings that tower high over city skylines are actually modern ruins in the making, their vast interiors abandoned or never completed. These tall buildings may be impressive on the outside, but their insides go unused.
For Con/struct, photographer Justin Plunkett blurs the lines between fantasy and reality, creating towering South African cityscapes from photographs. With these hulking towers, he presents a vision of power that is absolute but ultimately fictional, imposing yet illusory.
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