For almost a year, from late 2010 to early 2011, photographer Dominic Boudreault trekked through Montreal, Quebec City, Toronto, Manhattan and Chicago, shooting these incredibly vivid images of cityscapes at night: highways, buildings lit up in the dark, street life, people, rivers - all with perfect exposure, and sure to stir up some emotion in your cynical, deadened soul. [Petapixel]
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