The story starts 15 years ago with a photo from my window. I kept this technique and photos away from public as I wanted to show it to the World first. And what a better way to do it with the greatest city in the World, New York!

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Some of the photos are on film, but most of them are digital, but it is a macro photography technique, not a Photoshop, that is why it has flaws in sharpness and a lot of blurs.

But that is something that gives some kind of artistic touch to it. I need to say that I was a bit lazy to do it earlier, but I tend to do this kind of photos when I go to some new place in the World. So I will try to update it on my next journeys.

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Blue Mosque – Istanbul

Brooklyn Bridge – NYC

Ada Bridge – Belgrade

T.C. Usce – Belgrade

Sagrada Familia – Barcelona

Empire State Building, Manhattan – NYC

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum – NYC

Grand Central Station – NYC

Flatiron Building – NYC

Grand Central Station – NYC

National Library – NYC

Manhattan – NYC

World Trade Center Transportation Hub – NYC

Empire State Building – NYC

Church of Saint Sava – Belgrade

Manhattan – NYC

National Assembly – Belgrade

Manhattan – NYC

Genex Tower, Western gate of Belgrade

Eastern Gate of Belgrade, my neighbourhood and first successful photo