• I used to work in this building. This was the window that I sat right next to and looked out every day.

Cityscape for DMU

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I'm siting at the top of the Hyatt Regency right now at the top of the hotel enjoying a martini and a prime rib dinner. My good friend aqui-ali will be here shortly for a drink

Dinner for one.

Normally I wouldn't splurge on a dinner like this but Equinox (the restaurant) is closing and this will be my last chance to get shots of this view.

The best part about it is that I can share it with my good friends over in DMU.

Antti K., Sylvestre001, moniamac, and 62 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. © Dave 96 months ago | reply

    TILT.

    delete

  2. © Dave 96 months ago | reply

    What the fuck. . .it's not tilted anymore. . ummmm

    still delete. . .because changing it to a save is a pain in the ass

  3. Daniel Krieger Photography 96 months ago | reply

    its amazing and kinda boring at the same time

    u read my TH?

    delete

  4. revertebrate 96 months ago | reply

    save2

    I think this is full of energy and William Gibson.

  5. liber 96 months ago | reply

    Great composition. And not boring.... so much to see.

    -Voted "save3" (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group)

  6. Fayza 96 months ago | reply

    Too exposed, I think. San Francisco's not THAT bright at night. Also, you cut the tops off those buildings, and included the roof on another. Move the camera up, my friend.

    delete

  7. ososment 96 months ago | reply

    xbox tastic!

    you've cropped the top thirty floors of the building...*smirk*

    oh I dunno, it's a city

    delete

  8. sidetracker 96 months ago | reply

    I was sitting at home when you uploaded this, and told us about the big fat prime rib, and the stellar glass of wine. I will never forgive you...
    I like the night shots.

    -Voted "save4" (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group)

  9. ♥ Nat hamlin 96 months ago | reply

    That slab of building mid-photo ruins it.

    Doesn't that restaurant rotate? Or if it doesn't couldn't you?

    There's no movement. It's dead in the water because of that glass n steel wall.

    -voted as "delete5" (from the Delete Me Uncensored group)

  10. Naiko J. Franklin 96 months ago | reply

    Sounds like you don't have a bad life...

    delete6 from DMU

  11. o! patric 96 months ago | reply

    nice capture!
    save

  12. nytram ydnew [deleted] 96 months ago | reply

    Martini night SAVE6

  13. Kommie P. 96 months ago | reply

    It's OK, but nothing really special. Looks a bit blurry too. Probably not the greatest night city shot.

    -delete7

  14. doofusdave 96 months ago | reply

    I really like this. That bit in between the buildings is great.

    save

    -Voted "save7" (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group)

  15. iluvpepero 96 months ago | reply

    a classic cityscape shot! i really like the perspective.

    save8

  16. IN MY SHOE$ 96 months ago | reply

    that perspective is making my panties wet...

    -Voted "save9" (by the Delete Me Uncensored Group)

  17. just tiff shaw 96 months ago | reply

    Save in the name of Prime Rib and a good Pinot Nior!

  18. swissrolli 96 months ago | reply

    Impressive view well captured

  19. Rodrigo_Soldon 86 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Wonderful photos for the world - Please comment on Three (3), and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

  20. Wolfe Thomas [deleted] 64 months ago | reply

    Wow! Gorgeous!

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