From day to night: The incredible photos that capture an entire day in New York City in just one image
Last updated at 8:26 PM on 21st August 2011
Photographer Stephen Wilkes took pictures of the same spot in Manhattan for 10 hours.
They are the incredible photos that capture an entire day in New York City in one shot.
He then blended the thirty to fifty individual images together to make seamless collages showing some of the city's most famous landmarks from day to night.
The pictures include Times Square, which is shown with throngs of visitors, and the more serene Central Park.
The amazing photos capture the energy of the relentless city, showing the constant flow of people.
The photos, which are called 'Day to Night', will be exhibited at the ClampArt Gallery from September 8.
Times Square: Photographer Stephen Wilkes spent a minimum of ten hours taking hundreds of shots to create each one of his Day to Night images
Beautiful: The photographer snapped Washington Square Park, with the Empire State Building in the background and the Flatiron Building.
From day to night: This image shows New York's High Line park, which is a converted railway line. On the far right is media mogul Barry Diller's IAC headquarters on the Hudson river
Winter time: A snowy Central Park is shown from dawn on the left to darkness on the right. In the background is Central Park West
Park Avenue: The photographer blended thirty to fifty images to create the seamless collages showing New York City life
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