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Architecture
Architecture
Chrysler Building
Chrysler Building
England
England
London
London
St Pauls Cathedral
St Pauls Cathedral
The Shard Building
The Shard Building
Trafalgar Square
Trafalgar Square
Big Ben
Big Ben
Cityscape
Cityscape
Grand Central Station
Grand Central Station
New York City
New York City
Statue of Liberty
Statue of Liberty
Times Square
Times Square
Urban
Urban
Brooklyn Bridge
Brooklyn Bridge
Empire State Building
Empire State Building
Harbour Bridge Sydney
Harbour Bridge Sydney
People
People
(Parental Advice: This category contains some tastefully shot art nudes)
Scotland
Scotland
Sydney
Sydney
Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge
Descriptions
Architecture Architecture is the art of designing buildings and a range of physical structures. Architecture can relate to a structure that is small or something as large as a cityscape. Some famous examples of architecture include Big Ben in London England, Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, Chrysler Building in New York City, Empire State Building in New York City, Grand Central Station in New York City, the Harbour Bridge in Sydney, buildings on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh Scotland, St Pauls Cathedral in London England, the urban skyline behind the Statue of Liberty in New York City, the Shard Building in London England and Times Square near Broadway in New York City. Architecture is something we can always build on with something constructive…
Big Ben Big Ben is one of the most majestic clock towers in the world. It’s not only one of the most iconic structures in London England, but one of the most recognisable pieces of architecture in the world. Big Ben is a prominent part of London’s cityscape and adds a touch of class to urban London. It’s situated at the north end of Westminster Palace. It will be time well spent visiting Big Ben at least once in your life…
Brooklyn Bridge The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City is one of the most iconic bridges in the world. The longest suspension bridge in the world connects Manhattan and Brooklyn and is a prominent part of the urban skyline of New York’s Cityscape. Its unique architecture, featuring stone towers with majestic arches, is recognisable all around the world. Only pedestrians, bicycles are allowed on one level of the bridge and vehicles on the other. If you can’t visit New York City to see this marvellous structure, build a bridge and get over it…
Chrysler Building The Chrysler Building in New York City is one of the most iconic pieces of architecture in the world. This skyscraper forms an important part of the urban skyline of New York’s Cityscape. Its unique architecture, featuring Art Deco style, is recognisable all around the world. Its construction began in 1928 and it opened in 1930. It’s located on the East side of Manhattan, New York City. It spans 319 metres high and is the tallest brick building in the world with a steel frame. Originally the building was not popular with critics but has now become a favourite piece of US design and architecture. Think of the Chrysler Building as a vertical vehicle, driving fast into the clouds, above the Big Apple’s skyline…
Cityscape A cityscape is an urban landscape that can be represented in a photograph. Iconic examples of urban architecture, that have featured in a cityscape, are the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, Chrysler Building in New York City, Empire State Building in New York City, the Shard Building in London England and Times Square near Broadway in Manhattan. So there is always a chance to escape, to see a cityscape and that’s the tale of the tape…
Empire State Building The Empire State Building in New York City is one of the most iconic pieces of architecture in the world. This skyscraper forms an important part of the urban skyline of New York’s Cityscape. Its unique architecture, featuring Art Deco style, is recognisable all around the world. Its construction began in 1930 and it opened in 1931. It’s located on 34th street Manhattan, New York City. It spans 443 metres high and was the tallest building in the world until 1970. It’s the grandest of old buildings that gets you into an “Empire and New York State of Mind…”
England England is a country full of some of the most beautiful cities and landmarks in the world. Examples of two of the most interesting and unique cities are London and Manchester. London is the capital of England and is home to Big Ben, St Pauls Cathedral, the Shard Building, the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, the Thames River, Westminster, Oxford Street, Soho and Trafalgar Square. Manchester is urban, gritty and full of old architecture. The old buildings have had a new lease of life breathed into them with so many being reinvented and refurbished. So now you can relax, take a load off, lie back and think of England…
Grand Central Station Grand Central Station is one of the many iconic landmarks in New York City. It’s located on 42nd Street in Manhattan. Construction began in 1903 and it opened in 1913. Its majestic windows are breathtaking, as is the beautiful light that filters through them. It’s a wonderful example of urban architecture and is one of the most visited landmarks in the world. I guess visitors have been trained in the right way…
Harbour Bridge Sydney Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most majestic and iconic landmarks in Australia. The Harbour Bridge in Sydney, with a sunset in the background, is as beautiful as it is serene. It has an iconic arched design and is made of steel. It is 1149 metres long and 134 metres high. Even though, it’s not the highest or the longest bridge in the world, it doesn’t harbour any grudges…
London London is one of the great cities of the world. It has charm, history and beauty. London is the capital of England and is home to Big Ben, St Pauls Cathedral, the Shard Building, the Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace, the Thames River, Westminster, Oxford Street, Soho and Trafalgar Square. London is full of beautiful architecture, culture and is one of the most iconic cities in the world. Ok gov, it’s now up to you to ‘ball and chalk’ through streets of London so move your ‘bottle and glass…’
New York City

The City of New York is also known as New York City (NYC) or New York (NY). New York City is the most iconic city in the world. It’s the home of the Brooklyn Bridge, Central Park, Times Square, the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, the Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Station, the new World Trade Centre, Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall, Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Meat Packing District, the Guggenheim Museum, Madison Ave, 52nd Street, the Rockefeller Centre, Washington Square Park and Broadway. The Big Apple is full of beautiful architecture, fire escapes, urban energy, high rise buildings, street lights, billboards and excitement. From Brooklyn to Manhattan, it has an energy like no other place in the world. The lights, the people, the music and the vibes are intoxicating. This city never goes to sleep. “What are you gonna do…”

People

People are all around. They can be photographed in different forms. They could be tastefully shot in an art nude. They could be wearing a hat, a coat, sunglasses, stockings, a necklace or a scarf. They could be holding hands, walking across a street, walking in the park, looking out from the Brooklyn Bridge or standing in the middle of Times Square. Photographers are people who need people to take some great shots. “People who need people are the luckiest people…”

Scotland Scotland is one of the most picturesque countries in the world. Examples of amazingly beautiful areas of Scotland included Stirling, Carlops, Fort William. Glencoe, Glenfinnan, Loch Shiel and Edinburgh. Scotland is full of majestic churches, architecture, bridges, waterfalls, steps, castles, buildings, rivers, lakes, lochs, monuments, mountains and of course the highlands. There are also some great landmarks such as The Royal mile, National Monument on Carlton Hill, the Glenfinnan Monument and the Scots Monument. So, if you have the chance, go and enjoy Scotland because you’re a long time ‘deid…’
St Pauls Cathedral St Paul’s Cathedral is an iconic place of worship in London England. Its architecture, which includes a distinctive dome and tower, is recognisable all around the world. This Anglican cathedral is situated on the highest point of London. Its design is English Baroque and has been around since 1675. I have faith it’ll be around for many more years to come…
Statue of Liberty The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island, in Manhattan New York City, USA. It was a gift from France to the people of the United States. It stands 46 metres high and is visited by millions of people every year. This iconic structure, with broken shackles at its feet, symbolises all things free. I guess the best things in life are…
Sydney Sydney is a city with many beautiful landmarks. One of the most recognisable landmarks in Sydney is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Other famous urban landmarks, which form part of the cityscape of Sydney, include the Centrepoint Tower and the uniquely designed, Sydney Opera House. Sydney is also the home of Martin Place, characterised by heritage buildings and wonderful old world architecture. It can also be a great place to live, if you can afford to live there…
The Shard Building The Shard is one of the most unique pieces of architecture in London, England. It’s 95 storeys high and overlooks the River Thames. It’s spans 309 metres in height and is the tallest building in the United Kingdom. The Shard was built in 2012 and opened in 2013. As far as buildings go, it’s a real glass act…
Times Square Times Square is an iconic landmark in New York City, USA. It’s located at the intersection of Broadway and 7th Avenue in Manhattan. It features many different types of architecture and has an urban feel like no other location in the world. The buildings around Times Square are often dressed with billboards that light up the cityscape that is undeniably, New York City. There is always people and movement as well an electrifying energy. “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere…”
Tower Bridge The Tower Bridge is one of the most historic and recognisable landmarks in London, England. It crosses the Thames River and has a total length of 244 metres. It opened in 1894 and is a prominent part of the London skyline. It’s iconic, majestic and grand. If you haven’t been there yet, I guess it was ‘a bridge too far…’
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar Square is one of the most popular destinations in London, England. It features statues, sculptures, an iconic water fountain and the National Gallery. It was completed in 1840 and is located in the city of Westminster in London. It’s a must see for anyone visiting London. So be there or be square…
Urban Urban is cityscapes. Urban is architecture, Urban is buildings, Urban is skylines, Urban is fire escapes, Urban is windows, Urban is traffic, Urban is people, Urban is movement, Urban is Billboards, Urban is London, Urban is New York, Urban is Keith…

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