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And the winner is…..

Man, this was a tough decision. So many great photographs highlighting so many different aspects of life in a city. Manyu – of Shutterfeet – had a wonderful and colorful shot of the Bhaastan Haahbah (Boston Harbor), while Globetrotter Girls appealed to the New Yorker in me with a sick reflection pic from 5th Avenue.

Claire – from Beached Eskimo – showed the tranquility of a snowy city, while Raymond, of Man on the Lam – wowed me with a great sunset over the Bangkok skyline. Tall buildings, blue skies, graffiti, reflections, ships, rivers and more rounded out the rest of the amazing entries…but in the end, I had to give the prize to the most unique of the bunch…

Congratulations to Daniël, of Globe Trekking, who took his shot of an Amsterdam Canal and turned it into a sweet postcard. I’m a sucker for creative takes on an old classic, and Daniël won out because of it.

Daniël, of Globe Trekking, submitted A Postcard From Amsterdam
Daniël, of Globe Trekking, submitted A Postcard From Amsterdam

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Hooray…I won last week’s Travel Roulette!

In this weekly competition between bloggers, the previous week’s winner chooses a category and we all scramble to find a photograph that we think will most impress the host.

Last week the theme was food and I figured, go shocking or go home. Looks like it was a good strategy, because Torre DeRoche of the awesome travel blog Fearful Adventurer chose my photo of a bowl of chicken head soup from Laos as the winner.

Chicken soup at the Luang Prabang street food market
Chicken soup at the Luang Prabang street food market

Cities – (Travel Roulette Round #27)

So now it’s my turn to host this prestigious competition and I choose CITIES as the theme.

Why that? I was born and raised in New York City, lived in Washington, DC for seven years and now am a proud resident of San Francisco, California. So yes, one can safely call me a “city guy” and urban scenes are my favorite to photograph.

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A view of Roosevelt Island, New York, with the Queensboro Bridge in the distance connecting to Manhattan
A view of Roosevelt Island, New York, with the Queensboro Bridge in the distance connecting to Manhattan

Above: a photo of Roosevelt Island, a small sliver of land in the middle of the river between Manhattan and Queens.

Official Rules

The photo contest will run from September 23th – September 30th 2011. Barring any unforeseen circumstances, I’ll announce the winner on this page on September 20th 2011.

The rules of the game are simple. The hosting blogger is the chosen winner of the previous week’s (7 days) game. The new host chooses a generic keyword or phrase that other bloggers submit photos to during the course of the week. Phrases can be as generic as ‘signs’ all the way to abstract thoughts like ‘religion’ and everything in between. At the end of the week, the hosting blogger chooses their favourite photo that fits the chosen phrase and moves it to the top of the post as the winning entry with direction to the new host’s site for the next round.

Readers can attempt to sway the author into picking a certain photo via comments, but the author (that’s me!) can ignore comments as they see fit. The game is repeated with the winner hosting the following week’s game and choosing a phrase for new photo submissions. The following is a list of the previously played rounds of the game and the hosting blogger for each. This list also doubles as a winner’s table as each topic host won the preceding round! Click the host’s link to go directly to that entry to see some stunning photographs from the chosen term/phrase!

Here’s the list of previous hosts and topics:

My apartment in San Francisco lays under this layer of fog and clouds. It looks like this pretty much every night.
My apartment in San Francisco lays under this layer of fog and clouds. It looks like this pretty much every night.

Photoshopping

Photoshopping gets a bad wrap. I say unless you’re moving things around and changing the scene itself, using photoshop is just as much a part of photography as the darkroom.

Computer images contain the same types of hidden details and color as a film negative: the darkroom has just gone digital. Instead of using an enlarger and chemistry, I can now stack layers and masks in Photoshop to achieve the same result.

…taken from my About page

And some small print you need to know…

  1. One submission per Blog (so sites that have 2+ authors only get one entry).
  2. No photoshopping allowed unless specifically called for! Cropping and correction for red-eye or camera flaws are ok, however.
  3. Abstract submissions welcomed as long as it fits within the interpretation of the chosen phrase. Remember, the hosting blogger chooses the winner, so if they cannot understand the submission, you might not win!
  4. Keep phrases general so that all bloggers can participate. Specific items like “Eiffel Tower” should be avoided but rather made open-ended like “monuments.” For variety, it is ok to say focused things such as “monuments at night” in which most of us have pictures of.
  5. Abstract thoughts are appreciated, but keep it within the realm that all readers will understand. No “Kafka-esque”, but “Overlooking Creation” is able to be interpreted by all.
  6. No obscene pictures or phrases allowed. Suggestive phrases and photography can be accepted, but please keep it within reason.
  7. After a sufficient period of time, phrases can be reused, however new photos must be submitted.
  8. Keep the ideas and photos fresh!
  9. Pictures from your entire portfolio is fair to submit. You do not have to take the photo within the week of the contest period to submit it.
  10. Most importantly, ALL PHOTOS MUST BE YOUR OWN.

How to submit your entry:

Don’t forget you need to be a blogger to take part, because if you win you’re going to need to be able to host the next round!

To take part, provide links to your images in the comments field below, with a short description, and a link to your blog. Once your photo is submitted I will add it to the post below along with a link back to your site.

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Finally, once you’ve submitted your shot, I’d love it if you could take a moment to share this post on the interwebs using the sharing buttons to your left, which will give more folks a chance to take part!

And now, here are the entries for CITY

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Varanasi - A City Like no Other. By Adam, from Travels of Adam
Varanasi - A City Like no Other. By Adam, from Travels of Adam

Adam, from Travels of Adam, submitted Varanasi – A City Like No Other

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The sky glows as the night markets rise to life in Sibu, Sarawak - By Dustin from Skinny Backpacker
The sky glows as the night markets rise to life in Sibu, Sarawak - By Dustin from Skinny Backpacker

Dustin, from Skinny Backpacker, submitted – The Sky Glows as the Night Markets Rise to Life in Sibu, Sarawak
“My entry is from Malaysian Borneo. This was one of my first shots with my ultra wide, with some cool reflections off the window.”

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Tyne Church in Prague’s Old Town Square - From GypsyNester
Tyne Church in Prague’s Old Town Square - By Veronica from GypsyNester

Veronica, from GypsyNester, submitted – Tyne Church in Prague’s Old Town Square
“I was so captivated by Tyne Church in Prague’s Old Town Square, I must have taken a billion shots of it. Maybe it’s my Bohemian roots, but I used to dream of this building as a when I was younger. It’s the fairytale castle of my childhood. Thanks to our recent trip, I’m dreaming of it again.”

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The New York City Skyline from the Brooklyn Bridge, by Deej of World of Deej
The New York City Skyline from the Brooklyn Bridge, by Deej of World of Deej

Deej, of the World of Deej, submitted The New York City Skyline from the Brooklyn Bridge
“Appropriate for this month, Lower Manhattan through the wires of the Brooklyn Bridge.”

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Shanghai Skyline, by Jeremy of Living the Dream
Shanghai Skyline, by Jeremy of Living the Dream

Jeremy, of Living the Dream, submitted Shanghai Skyline
“Shanghai has one of the nicest business districts and skylines anywhere in the world, and is one of my favorites!”

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Wellington, New Zealand, by Amanda of A Dangerous Business
Wellington, New Zealand, by Amanda of A Dangerous Business

Amanda of A Dangerous Business, submitted Wellington, New Zealand
“Here’s a photo from my favorite city in the world (so far): Wellington, New Zealand.”

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Daniël, of Globe Trekking, submitted A Postcard From Amsterdam
Daniël, of Globe Trekking, submitted A Postcard From Amsterdam

Daniël, of Globe Trekking, submitted A Postcard From Amsterdam
OK. I am making my submission a little bit more interesting. I have taken a traditionally Dutch city and made it into a city postcard. Everyone knows Amsterdam to be the city of iconic narrow houses built along the canals.”

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Pete, of Hectic Travels, submitted Skaters in the Heart of Brussels, Belgium
Pete, of Hectic Travels, submitted Skaters in the Heart of Brussels, Belgium

Pete, of Hectic Travels, submitted Skaters in the Heart of Brussels, Belgium
“This was shot in the heart of Brussels, Belgium. Each Saturday the experienced skaters come out and teach the up-and-coming youth how to skate. This area always seemed to be buzzing with people either watching or taking part. Everyone was having fun including myself watching and photographing. It gave me a feeling of community in this city.”

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Manyu, of Shutterfeet, submitted Couple Watching a Boston Harbor Sunset
Manyu, of Shutterfeet, submitted Couple Watching a Boston Harbor Sunset

Manyu, of Shutterfeet, submitted Couple Watching a Boston Harbor Sunset
“love photographing Boston’s waterfront area. The buildings are beautiful, the water is calm and the sunsets are majestic! There is always a throng of tourists and locals who gather there around sunset to admire the beautiful colors.

This was one such instance. A couple on their date was enjoying the event. For me, it was a perfect scene where I could add the human element to a gorgeous urban landscape. Of course, the sunset did not disappoint. The colors were intense.”

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Mike, from Travels of Mike. submitted Tourists Flock to the Forbidden City
Mike, from Travels of Mike, submitted Tourists Flock to the Forbidden City

Mike, from Travels of Mike, submitted Tourists Flock to the Forbidden City

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Samuel, of Nomatic Samuel, submitted Petronas Towers - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Samuel, of Nomatic Samuel, submitted Petronas Towers - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Samuel, of Nomatic Samuel, submitted Petronas Towers – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Audrey, from That Backpacker, submitted Buenos Aires as Seen From Above
Audrey, from That Backpacker, submitted Buenos Aires as Seen From Above

Audrey, from That Backpacker, submitted Buenos Aires as Seen From Above
I was leaving the capital. I was fascinated by the straight avenues and boulevards running as far as the eye could see.”

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Globetrotter Girls submitted Reflections of 5th Avenue in a Skyscraper
Globetrotter Girls submitted Reflections of 5th Avenue in a Skyscraper

Globetrotter Girls submitted Reflections of 5th Avenue in a Skyscraper
A shot I took last month in New York City, showing the reflection of 5th Avenue in a skyscraper”

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Stephen, of Bohemian Traveler, submitted Public Art in Singapore
Stephen, of Bohemian Traveler, submitted Public Art in Singapore

Stephen, of Bohemian Traveler, submitted Public Art in Singapore

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Scientika, of A Crazy Little Thing Called Blog, submitted Torun Poland: One of the Most Beautiful Cities in Europe
Scientika, of A Crazy Little Thing Called Blog, submitted Torun Poland: One of the Most Beautiful Cities in Europe

Scientika, of A Crazy Little Thing Called Blog, submitted Torun Poland: One of the Most Beautiful Cities in Europe
I find old cities more charming and fun to photograph than the modern ones. My submission is from Torun in Poland–one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Torun is on the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list for having preserved almost intact its medieval spatial layout and character, as well as many Gothic brick buildings”

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Claire, from Beached Eskimo, submitted A Warm Coffee Shop During a Toronto Snowstorm
Claire, from Beached Eskimo, submitted A Warm Coffee Shop During a Toronto Snowstorm

Claire, from Beached Eskimo, submitted A Warm Coffee Shop During a Toronto Snowstorm
“This was a tough one… because I love cities and trying to photograph the different sides of them. I chose this one because it’s really my philosophy on city life. A good coffee shop with a window out on the world. I took this in my first weeks in Toronto, with the first decent snowstorm of the winter. Worth dropping by if you’re in Toronto – coffee’s good and the baking is awesome!”

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Rebecca, from Travels at 88 MPH, submitted The Bean in Chicago
Rebecca, from Travels at 88 MPH, submitted The Bean in Chicago

Rebecca, from Travels at 88 MPH, submitted The Bean in Chicago
“I could have spent all day at “The Bean”, but of course, fog settled over the entire city of Chicago all day. Typical spring!”

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Bianca, from Nomadbiba, submitted A Rare Blue Sky Seattle Day
Bianca, from Nomadbiba, submitted A Rare Blue Sky Seattle Day

Bianca, from Nomadbiba, submitted A Rare Blue Sky Seattle Day
“This summer I spent a couple of days in cool Seattle and was lucky to get the beautiful blue sky over the city instead of the usual rain clouds.”

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Iva, of Secret Zagreb, submitted Ghostly Playground
Iva, of Secret Zagreb, submitted Ghostly Playground

Iva, of Secret Zagreb, submitted Ghostly Playground
The city of Zagreb, Croatia, is a uniquely green capital. But the antique soul of its numerous parks combined with the fact that life is obviously going on elsewhere, sometimes make even a children’s playground appear ghostly.”

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Raymond, of Man on the Lam, submitted Bangkok Rooftop Bar
Raymond, of Man on the Lam, submitted Bangkok Rooftop Bar

Raymond, of Man on the Lam, submitted Bangkok Rooftop Bar
This is from the Red Sky rooftop bar in Bangkok.  It certainly lived up to its name the evening I was there.”

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Todd, from Todd's Wanderings, submitted A Quiet Moment in Tokyo
Todd, from Todd's Wanderings, submitted A Quiet Moment in Tokyo

Todd, from Todd’s Wanderings, submitted A Quiet Moment in Tokyo
For me cities can be impersonal when viewed from a distance so I decided to zoom in. My photo is a quite moment found in Tokyo, Japan.”

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Steve, of Photo Fly Travel, submitted Burano Italy - Near Venice
Steve, of Photo Fly Travel, submitted Burano Italy - Near Venice

Steve, of Photo Fly Travel, submitted Burano Italy – Near Venice

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Leah, of Leah Travels, submitted a view of San Francisco's Bay Bridge from Nob Hill
Leah, of Leah Travels, submitted a view of San Francisco's Bay Bridge from Nob Hill

Leah, of Leah Travels, submitted a view of San Francisco’s Bay Bridge from Nob Hill
“Obviously I’m playing up on your love for San Francisco. Here’s a shot from Nob Hill. It was my first trip to San Fran, and I fell in love with this view and the city.”

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Aaron, of Aaron's Worldwide Adventures, submitted our final entry: The view above Madison Square Park in New York City.
Aaron, of Aaron's Worldwide Adventures, submitted our final entry: The view above Madison Square Park in New York City.

Aaron, of Aaron’s Worldwide Adventures, submitted our final entry: The view above Madison Square Park in New York City.

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Now, let’s see your take on the word CITY

though the competition has ended, I would still love to post any future entries on this page and continue to grow this amazing collection of city photos from around the world.

and after you submit, please use the Stumble icon to the left to help get the word out about the competition.

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  • http://globe-trekking.com Daniël

    I’m still trying to decide what my submission will be, but, up above I noticed that you have the wrong dates listed (September 12 thru 19 — under your first picture).

    Regards,

    Daniël

    • Greg Goodman

      Thanks Daniël, I have fixed the dates! Looking forward to your entry

  • http://travelsofadam.com Adam

    a shot from Varnassi, a city like no other http://www.flickr.com/photos/agroffman/5241437439/

    • Greg Goodman

      I got my first ever “professional” massage from a little old man on the ghats of Varanassi.

  • http://www.skinnybackpacker.com Dustin Main – Skinny Backpacker

    Congrats on the win, hope it was delicious :)

    My entry is from Malaysian Borneo. This was one of my first shots with my ultra wide, with some cool reflections off the window.

    http://www.skinnybackpacker.com/storage/misc/roulette/27roulette%20city.jpg
    The sky glows as the night markets rise to life in Sibu, Sarawak.

    • Greg Goodman

      I can honestly say that I didn’t have the guts to try the chicken head soup. Photographing it was enough :)

  • http://www.gypsynester.com The GypsyNesters

    I was so captivated by Tyne Church in Prague’s Old Town Square, I must have taken a billion shots of it. Maybe it’s my Bohemian roots, but I used to dream of this building as a when I was younger. It’s the fairytale castle of my childhood. Thanks to our recent trip, I’m dreaming of it again.

    http://www.gypsynester.com/praguephoto.htm

    Veronica, GypsyNester.com

    • Greg Goodman

      I still have fond memories of my rainy day at the Tyne Church!

  • http://www.theworldofdeej.com The World of Deej

    http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/j341/deej696/15452_216744131570_500301570_3536255_2159771_n.jpg

    Appropriate for this month, Lower Manhattan through the wires of the Brooklyn Bridge.
    http://www.theworldofdeej.com

    (Sorry if a dupe, got an error

    • Greg Goodman

      New York City
      Home Sweet Home

  • http://www.livingthedreamrtw.com Jeremy

    Shanghai has one of the nicest business districts and skylines anywhere in the world, and is one of my favorites!

    http://a4.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash2/61362_618484051060_21902759_36456206_1738029_n.jpg

    • Greg Goodman

      The Shanghai skyline reminds me a lot of Hong Kong at night.

  • http://www.dangerous-business.com Amanda

    Here’s a photo from my favorite city in the world (so far): Wellington, New Zealand.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/dangerousbiz/5534870771/in/set-72157626287287588/

    • Greg Goodman

      I have yet to make it to New Zealand. It’s way high up there on the list!

  • http://globe-trekking.com Daniël

    OK. I am making my submission a little bit more interesting. I have taken a traditionally Dutch city and made it into a city postcard.

    Everyone knows Amsterdam to be the city of iconic narrow houses built along the canals.

    http://globe-trekking.com/en/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/PostCard_NL_01.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      The canals of Amsterdam are beyond beautiful!

  • http://www.hecktictravels.com Pete Heck

    Hi Greg,

    Congrats on the win, and I love your photo of San Fran and the layer of fog, really well done.

    Here is our submission for this round:
    http://www.hecktictravels.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Brussels_228_800x500.jpg

    This was shot in the heart of Brussels, Belgium. Each Saturday the experienced skaters come out and teach the up-and-coming youth how to skate. This area always seemed to be buzzing with people either watching or taking part. Everyone was having fun including myself watching and photographing. It gave me a feeling of community in this city.

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Thanks Pete! I’m always a fan of skaters doing their thing and people giving back to the community.

  • http://shutterfeet.com/blog Manyu

    I love photographing Boston’s waterfront area. The buildings are beautiful, the water is calm and the sunsets are majestic! There is always a throng of tourists and locals who gather there around sunset to admire the beautiful colors. This was one such instance. A couple on their date was enjoying the event. For me, it was a perfect scene where I could add the human element to a gorgeous urban landscape. Of course, the sunset did not disappoint. The colors were intense.

    http://shutterfeet.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Couple-watching-Boston-Harbor-Sunset.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Wicked awesome sunset over Bhastan habah.

  • http://www.travelsofmike.com Mike

    The Forbidden City
    Tourists flock to the Forbidden City.
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/m_kowalski/6189306990/in/photostream

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      If it’s forbidden, how did you get in?! :P

  • http://nomadicsamuel.com Nomadic Samuel
    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Love that view and the towers at night!

  • http://thatbackpacker.com/ Audrey

    Hey Greg,
    Here’s my submission for this round:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/thatbackpacker/6192036758/

    Buenos Aires as seen from above! I took this photo the day I was leaving the capital. I was fascinated by the straight avenues and boulevards running as far as the eye could see.

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      What a massive and densely packed urban sprawl!

  • http://globetrottergirls.com Globetrottergirls

    Hi Greg, congratulations for winning last week’s roulette!

    Here’s our entry for this week- a shot I took last month in New York City, showing the reflection of 5th Avenue in a skyscraper.
    http://globetrottergirls.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Reflection-of-New-York-City-street.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      It doesn’t even look like a reflection at first!

  • http://www.scientika.blogspot.com scientika

    I find old cities more charming and fun to photograph than the modern ones. My submission is from Torun in Poland–one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Torun is on the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites list for having preserved almost intact its medieval spatial layout and character, as well as many Gothic brick buildings:
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/scientika/5810392695/sizes/l/in/photostream/

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Yes please, I’ll go there!

  • http://www.bohemiantraveler.com Stephen
    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Great curves!

  • http://www.beachedeskimo.com Claire

    This was a tough one… because I love cities and trying to photograph the different sides of them. I chose this one because it’s really my philosophy on city life. A good coffee shop with a window out on the world. I took this in my first weeks in Toronto, with the first decent snowstorm of the winter. Worth dropping by if you’re in Toronto – coffee’s good and the baking is awesome!

    http://beachedeskimo.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/011.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      What a perfect and tranquil place to enjoy a steaming cup of Joe!

  • http://travelsat88mph.wordpress.com/ Rebecca

    http://i400.photobucket.com/albums/pp82/purplekat99/citychicago.jpg

    I could have spent all day at “The Bean”, but of course, fog settled over the entire city of Chicago all day. Typical spring!

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Super fun! And I really like the foggy look behind it too.

  • http://www.nomadbiba.com Bianca

    This summer I spent a couple of days in cool Seattle and was lucky to get the beautiful blue sky over the city instead of the usual rain clouds.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/nomadbiba/6195424383/

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Seattle…I almost didn’t recognize you!

  • http://www.secret-zagreb.com Iva

    The city of Zagreb, Croatia, is a uniquely green capital. But the antique soul of its numerous parks combined with the fact that life is obviously going on elsewhere, sometimes make even a children’s playground appear ghostly

    https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/p11vdWLGuJFddzcU3oIsvA?feat=directlink

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      It’s almost eerie…yet beautiful.

  • http://www.manonthelam.com Raymond @ Man On The Lam

    This is from the Red Sky rooftop bar in Bangkok. I certainly lived up to its name the evening I was there.

    http://manonthelam.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Red-Sky-rooftop-bar-Bangkok-Thailand.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Wow, that sure is a Red sky. The arch on the right reminds me of St. Louis’ Gateway Arch.

  • http://www.toddswanderings.com Todd @ Todd’s Wanderings

    I’m coming in just before the deadline on this one! Nice topic and lots of room to work with this. For me cities can be impersonal when viewed from a distance so I decided to zoom in. My photo is a quite moment found in Tokyo Japan.

    http://www.toddswanderings.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/Tokyo-Personal.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      very quiet…making me…yawn…sleeeepy….and relaaaaxed

  • http://photoflytravel.org Steve Juba

    Hey Greg!

    Here is a pic of Burano Italy, near Venice: http://www.flickr.com/photos/shutterflytravel/5956637622

    Steve

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Great colors on the buildings

  • http://leahtravels.com Leah

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/65559904@N06/6121824848/in/photostream

    Obviously I’m playing up on your love for San Francisco. Here’s a shot from Nob Hill. It was my first trip to San Fran, and I fell in love with this view and the city.

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Great use of sucking up to the guy who lives in San Francisco.

  • http://www.aaronswwadventures.com/ Aaron @ Aaron’s Worldwide Adventures

    The view above Madison Square Park in New York City.

    http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6173/6199917438_db5c727b1d_z.jpg

    • http://www.AdventuresofaGoodMan.com Greg Goodman

      Lets Go Knicks!!!

  • http://leahtravels.com/ Leah

    You call it sucking up. I call it smart marketing. :-)