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Amazing Day to Night New York Photos

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New York is an incredible, vibrant city, but one with two faces - the commuter bustle of the daytime, and the neon glow and buzz of the night.

Photographer Stephen Wilkes aimed to capture both sides of the Big Apple in a single photograph, and this collection of images proves that he was successful.

He spent at least 10 hours taking shots of each scene, before blending 30 to 50 parts together to form a single image, creating a stunning 2-D version of a time-lapse video.

Never before has a photograph of Times Square been taken so literally...

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