It’s a privilege to witness the transformation of the NYC skyline. There are always new iconic towers that is changing the skyline. Being able to document this with my limited time is something I am very grateful for.
10 years ago, you could only see the Statue of Liberty and the Empire State from this frame. What would it be tomorrow? Stay tuned
Camera: Nikon D850 | Lens: Nikon 600mm Place: New York City | Dimensions 4566x6849
I am Kirit Prajapati, a self-taught photographer, on a quest to capture shots that are overlooked in this fast paced life. My photography is fuelled by my curiousness to capture frames from a different and unique perspective. I am passionate about capturing the cityscapes especially during the ‘magic hours’. The dawn and dusk create beautiful radiant skies. The combination of nature’s art and manmade marvels create a beautiful symphony.
I am a native of Gujarat state in India and currently living in New Jersey with my family. I have captured New York city’s iconic landmarks like Empire State Building, Freedom Tower, Chrysler Building, Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges and many more. Needless to say this is only the beginning and there are many more yet to capture. I won the “My Empire State Building Contest” in 2013.
I absolutely love the New York city’s skyline. I have been watching it for 14 years and I am in awe every time I look at it. There is something about it that makes me fall in love with it every time and I want to capture and share these moments with the entire world.
Witness the city life through my lens.
STATUE OF LIBERTY
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