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Old February 2nd, 2006, 12:27 PM   #1
DamienK
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5 years of travelling - Skyscraper showcase

Enjoy this gallery of some of the skyscrapers I've photographed in the last 5 years. . .

Sydney (2001/2005)

Gateway Plaza (164 m)



Governor Phillip Tower (227 m)



126 Phillip Street (240 m)



World Tower (230 m)



MLC Centre (228 m)



Citigroup Centre (243 m)



Chifley Tower (244 m)



AAP Centre (193 m)



New York (2003)

Empire State Building (381 m)



500 Fifth Avenue (212 m)



MetLife Building (246 m)



Lincoln Building (205 m)



Chanin Building (198 m)



Chrysler Building (319 m)



Conde Nast Building (247 m)



20 Exchange Place (226 m)



40 Wall Street (283 m)



Chase Manhattan Bank Plaza (248 m)



Kuala Lumpur (2004/2006)

Petronas Towers (452 m)



Menara Telekom (310 m)



Menara Maybank (244 m)



Bangunan AMFinance (210 m)



Empire Tower (238 m)



Berjaya Times Square (205 m)



Menara Maxis (212 m)



Menara Multipurpose (198 m)



Singapore (2004)

OUB Centre (280 m)



UOB Plaza (280 m)



Republic Plaza (280 m)



Capital Tower (254 m)



Temasek Tower (235 m)



Swissotel the Stamford (226 m)



Millenia Tower (218 m)



OCBC Centre (201 m)



DBS Tower One (185 m)



Perth (2006)

Central Park Tower (249 m)



BankWest Tower (214 m)



QV1 (163 m)



All in all I've photographed 44 skyscrapers over 200 metres in height.
Hope you enjoyed it.

Last edited by DamienK; February 2nd, 2006 at 04:29 PM.
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Old February 2nd, 2006, 03:56 PM   #2
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Great job DamienK
A lot of pics, all in good quality and a lot of of nice scyscrapers...
I see you been in many great countries!!!
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