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Guardian Angels by JacobSurland

Castel Sant’Angelo or in English Castle of the Holy Angel, was the Mausoleum of Hadrian, Emporer of Rome in the second century. It sits by the river of Tiber. It leaves one with a massive impression, not because it’s particularly beautiful, because it isn’t, but yet, it fascinates. It used to be the tallest building in Rome.

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Edinburgh Sunrise by adrianchandler

This spot on Carlton hill next to the Dugald Stewart Monument is typically where people go to watch the sunset but I happened to be here for sunrise. Although possibly not as spectacular it’s still a lovely moment as the sun just comes up and the whole of Edinburgh is bathed in warm golden light.

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Nyhavn Just Before Sunrise by JacobSurland

On this particular morning, I saw the craziest wild colored sunrise, but I never saw the Sun itself. I saw it shine on the city behind me, but before it got clear of the horizon, it disappeared behind clouds. Really weird. This photo is from Nyhavn in Copenhagen. While Nyhavn means New Harbor, it is an old harbor today. Photo by: Jacob Surland, http://ift.tt/Hp7OpA. Licensed Creative Commons, Non-Commercial, no derivatives v4.0.

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The Little Venice Corner in Bruges by JacobSurland

Bruges is a fairytale medieval city worth a visit. The movie ‘In Bruges’ got my attention on the city, and I made a one night stop there, on the way to France. We stayed at the most charming old renaissance hotel right in the center, and it was a perfect fit, with the city, capital of chocolates.

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Venezian Canal by JacobSurland

We got up early to get some sunrise shots of Venice, and on our way to our Sunrise Spot, we took some shots like this one from the backside of Doná Palace and Hotel Colombina. There is quite a lot traffic during the day because this is the canal that leads under the Bridge of Sighs. Both taxi boats and gondolas go that way all day long. But at night, it is beautiful and quite.
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London Tower Bridge and Blue River Thames by JacobSurland

Don’t worry, River Thames was just as muddy as ever. One of the reasons I love post-processing so much is because I can do whatever I like. I am not married to reality, like a documentarist. I am an artist. I process my photos until I get something I like. I don’t particularly like a muddy river, and the blue one looks much better. Photo by: Jacob Surland, http://ift.tt/Hp7OpA

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Operahouse in purple sunrise by JacobSurland

These crazy clouds are almost straight out of the camera. This sunrise, is one of the craziest I have ever seen, and the weirdest part, is that I never saw the Sun itself. I saw it shine on the city behind me, but before it got clear of the horizon, it disappeared behind clouds. I shot this photo from Skuespilhuset and it shows Operahuset (The Opera House) in Copenhagen, Denmark. Photo by: Jacob Surland, http://bit.ly/1Qjp6qm. Licensed Creative Commons, Non-Commercial, no derivatives v4.0.

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