As the St. Charles Church in Vienna is lit by quite very strong lights, for this I had to wait until midnight, until they turn them off. Overall I used 190 shots for the stars and additional 2 for the architecture. I used a fisheye lens here, and I corrected the distortion in postprocessing.
This is quite a popular spot in Kyoto for sunset and for a good reason I think.
The views of the old streets, with the pagoda represents well the past streets of Japan.
I was really lucky for sunset with the nice clouds and light.
This is a manual blend of multiple exposures using luminosity masks, to deal with the high dynamic range between sky and streets.