Amazing Photograph of the Hells Kitchen Skyline With Beams of Sunlight Shining Through the Buildings

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© Stefan Georgi
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Digital designer, art director and photographer Stefan Georgi captured this amazing photograph back in November of 2011. It features a shot of the Midtown skyline from a Hell's Kitchen rooftop, but the amazing part of the image is not the skyline, but rather the intense beams of sunlight permeating the skyscrapers. The composition of the photo is fantastic, and the black and white filter really emphasizes the contrast between the
sunlight and the shadows cast by the buildings.

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