In a single composite photo, this brilliantly bosslike photography artist Stephen Wilkes manages to create an image that displays the change from day to night, sunrise to sunset, at any given location. Of course he chooses terrific spots to photograph to create these beautiful and artistic photography masterpieces.
 
Pont de la Tournelle in Paris, France
It’s an arch bridge spanning across the river Seine in the romantic city of Paris, France. How fitting to capture an entire day from sunset to sunrise at this iconic spot.

 
View from the Savoy in London, England
Here he captured the passing of a day from the Savoy Hotel in London. With a stunning view of the Thames River, you can see the London Eye (the giant ferris wheel) and Big Ben (The Elizabeth Tower, formerly Clock Tower, at the north end of the Palace of Westminster) in the distance.

 
Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, USA
The three hour parade has been held every year in NYC since 1924 on Thanksgiving. It is one of the greatest American traditions and captured elegantly in this day-to-night composite photo.

 
Western Wall in Jerusalem
Located in the Old City of Jerusalem at the foot of the Temple Mount, the Western Wall is also often called the Wailing Wall or Kotel and is one of the most sacred sites recognized by the Jewish faith. It has served as place for Jews to pray for centuries.

 
Presidential Inauguration 2013 in Washington, D.C., USA
This breathtaking day-to-night image captures the second inauguration of U.S. President Barack Obama in 2013. The public ceremony took place at the United States Capitol building.

 
Times Square in NYC, USA
Two more great photos from New York City. Times Square is considered ‘The Crossroads of the World’ or ‘The Center of the Universe’. Located in Midtown Manhattan, it’s a major center of the entertainment industry and also attracts the most amount of tourists annually with 39 million per year.


 
Shanghai, China
Shanghai is the largest city in the world by population with more than 24 million people living there currently. It looks like a nice place to visit judging by this picture.

 
Central Park in New York City, USA
The most visited urban park in the United States is photographed splendidly, while covered in snow during winter, in this magnificent composite photo.

 
Millennium Park in Chicago, Illinois, USA
A public park originally built to celebrate the millenium, the Millenium Park in Chicago quickly grew into a prominent civic center. Located near the Lake Michigan shoreline, it’s a great place to go to for tourists and locals alike.

 
Santa Monica Pier in Santa Monica, California, USA
This pier is a historic 100-year-old landmark in Santa Monica, CA. It hosts a family amusement park called Pacific Park (you can see the ferris wheel) and also many shops, bars and restaurants. Plus the beautiful beach is right next to it and you get an incredible view of the Pacific Ocean.

 
Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois, USA
Built in 1914, Wrigley Field is home to Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs. The area around the renowned baseball field is known as Wrigleyville and contains many bars and restaurants for fans to hit up after games!

 
Coney Island in Brooklyn, NYC, USA
Coney Island is actually a peninsula and beach in southwestern Brooklyn. It’s well known for its amusement parks among other attractions.

 
If you’d like to see the rest of the ‘Day to Night’ collection and Stephen Wilkes’ other work, please visit his web site here.