Towns & Cities

Survival Of The Fittest

Cities are the main source of income for many people these days. Agricultural jobs in the countryside have been all but replaced by large, partly automated machinery in turn destroying many other cottage industries due to technological advances. For photographers like myself, cities offer innumerable creative possibilities through architecture, exhibitions, cultural events & street life to name but a few.

Abu Dhabi

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Meaning “Father of the Gazelle” Abu Dhabi is the largest of the seven Emirates and second most populated after Dubai.</p>

Amsterdam, Holland

<p>Amsterdams canal system is second only to that of Venice and by sunny weather the traffic on the water is almost as busy as on the motorway.</p>

Bruges, Belgium

<p>Bruges in the Flemish Region of Belgium hat many attractions and is undoubtly an important World Heritage Site of UNESCO.</p><p> </p>

Brussels, Belgium

<p>I was pleasantly surprised by the diversity of the architecture in Belgiums capital city.</p>

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

<p>The city has become symbolic for its modern skyline &amp; the worlds highest building the Burj Khalifa.</p>

Edinburgh, Scotland

<p style=”text-align: center;”> Edinburgh is home to many events and festivals including the world famous Royal Military Tattoo at Edinburgh castle.</p>

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Frankfurt is the central hub of Europe what business, freight handling and travel connections is concerned.</p>


<p style=”text-align: center;”>Located in the East Flanders province with its largely intact medieval architecture certainly one of the prettiest towns in Belgium.</p>

Hamburg, Germany

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Germany’s busiest port can also be proud of a very interesting city with many highlights.</p>

Las Vegas, Nevada

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Sin city as it’s also known due to its offerings in all things adult entertainment is an oasis for the rich and famous in the heart of the Mojave desert.</p>

London, England

<p style=”text-align: center;”>London is a fascinating city steeped in history and full of architectural and cultural highlights.</p>

Munich, Germany

<p>This isn’t the pulsating stress filled place, more of a laid back village atmosphere where people like to chill out and be seen at the weekend.</p>

Passau, Germany

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Home to the worlds second largest church organ, a quaint Gothic and Baroque town centre plus 2 rivers that converge with the river Danube.</p>

Prague, Czech Republic

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Home to the worlds second largest church organ, a quaint Gothic and Baroque town centre plus 2 rivers that converge with the river Danube.</p>

Reykjavik, Iceland

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Laying claim to be the worlds most northerly capital, Reykjavik is home to around 200,000 of Iceland’s 330,000 population.</p>

Salt Lake City, Utah

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Founded in 1847 by Brigham Young and a group of Mormon worshippers Salt Lake City is today the HQ of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints although less than half of the city’s population are followers.</p>

Seattle, Washington

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Seattle is not only home to the Seahawks &amp; the Space Needle but also to big names like Microsoft, Amazon and aviation giant Boeing.</p>

Venice, Italy

<p style=”text-align: center;”>Nobody can deny the qualities of this unique city especially regarding its historical &amp; romantic attributes.</p>

Did You Know?

In 1950, New York was declared as being the first megacity in the world with the city of London closely behind. Defined as a population exceeding 10 million inhabitants, the number of megacities has since grown to approximately 23 worldwide & the number will grow considerably in the near future. Indeed, it is estimated that by 2035 almost 70% of the worlds population will have moved into a city.

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