Cityscape Photography Crush

I've been really into cityscape photography for the past year. But not just any cityscape because I think the generic ones are cheesy (sorry). I'm dying for a print like this one below that I found at Yellow Bungalow (it's sold out) and it has to be a landscape shot. Whenever I find something that I love though it seems that it's sold out, impossible to source, too expensive or not available to ship abroad to Germany (big tears). I am completely, utterly hooked on owning a cityscape like this one, in these gorgeous clear blue and neutral tones... What a stunner. Amber-11-600x800

It can be of New York, London, I've been to so many cities I really love them all, though this Manhattan photo takes the win - it captures the true essence of a splendid city that I spent a lot of time working and playing in for years. Living in Germany but being an American from the northeast, I crave a few visual connections in my current home, through objects, to create an invisible thread from here to my world over there across the Atlantic. This photo above the bed in the swoon-worthy home of Andy and Amber Bell can be found on the Design Files. Here's a full view of it below.

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From Tucci Brown.

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Petra Bindel for Elle Decoration Sweden - see image far left on wall. It's not Manhattan, but a similar cityscape that I also love.

PB_teatime2_0494_8bitHere it is again. Still sourcing. No luck yet.

Do you dig cityscape photography as much as I do at the moment? Do you own one? If so, who is the photographer and what city is proudly displayed on your walls?

(images linked to their sources above)