In Thierry Cohen’s Darkened Cities, we see bright night skies over cities. Actually, what we’re seeing is the opposite. These are the skies that we don’t see. Before these pictures can exist, the sky from one place has to be superimposed upon cityscape from another. It is impossible to see this detail in the night sky above a city.
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