Photographer Paul Seibert created this beautiful aerial shot of New York that shows how much the city changes between winter and summer.
Half of the photo shows a wintery scene that was shot just after a snowstorm, while the other half shows New York in the middle of summer.
Seibert told PetaPixel: “The hard part was the alignment, as there was about 1,000 feet of elevation difference. One was shot at 7500 feet and the other closer to 6500 feet.”
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