While it’s true that humans have ruined nature, it’s also correct that humans have created incredible tall skyscrapers and houses. A subreddit called r/CityP*** is sharing high-quality images of cities that have beautiful human-made things.

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Planned This Shot For Months Before Coming To The Us, But I Didn’t Expect The Sun To Make The Rails Golden. Sometimes Photography Is Just About Being A Lucky Bastard




Mexican Town Pachuca Is One Big Mural

My City: Groningen In The North Of The Netherlands. This Is Actually My View

A Literal Urban Jungle, Taipei, Taiwan

London, UK 🇬🇧

Rio De Janeiro, Brazil (From A Different Angle)

Reykjavík

Lhasa, Tibet

Happy New Year! Moscow, Russia

Dresden, Germany

Bern, Switzerland

Suspension Railway In Wuppertal, Germany

Beautiful Night View Of Lombard Street, San Francisco

Tokyo Looking Like Another World

Alesund, Norway

Skating To Toronto

New York City. What An Amazing Image

I Thought It Was Cool My First Time Flying Into Chicago Looked Like I Was Flying Into A Computer!

A Foggy Day In Dubai

The Gateway Arch In St. Louis, Missouri During The Recent Snowstorm

Cork, Ireland, Covered By A Fresh Blanket Of Snow

French Quarter, New Orleans

Photo Of The NYC Blackout From My Friend

Casablanca, Morocco

Venice

The View From My Desk In Chicago, Il, USA Isn’t One You See Often And I’m Really Going To Miss It

The Best Photo I’ve Taken In Chicago. From The Roof Of The Hard Rock Hotel

‘Central Park In Fall, New York

The Flatiron, New York. Photo By: Stephen Wilkes

The Boundary Between Scottsdale, Arizona, USA And The Salt River Indian Reservation