What will the Future hold for us?

NYC. From series Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen

If there wasn’t so much pollution, could we see the stars better at night? Photographer Thierry Cohen shows us what New York City, Rio de Janeiro, Shanghai, and other city skies look like without the smog? His image series also addresses man’s over-consumption, and distant relationship with nature.

Top: New York City.
San Francisco. From series Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
San Francisco.
Rio de Janeiro. From series Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Rio de Janeiro.
Shanghai. From series Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Shanghai.
Tokyo. From series Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen
Tokyo.
Photos © Thierry Cohen

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