The Taipei skyline as seen from the viewpoint at the top of the Elephant trail, a popular hiking spot right in the middle of the city. To the right is the iconic “Taipei 101” or the Wok in a Box as I like to call it.
This 880m long aqueduct is brand new compared to the Roman aquaeducts: It was bult 1772 and is filling a water reservoir (Chateau dau) for fountains and public water intakes. Architects were Henri Pitot, Donnat and Jean Antoine Giral.
Overlooking the sheer insanity that is the multitude of snake like highways intersecting in the centre of Bangkok, Thailand.
Shot from the 83rd floor of the Baiyoke Tower. The tallest building in Thailand.