Mesmerizing Shots of Hamburg Streets at Night

Mark Broyer is a freelance art director and designer based in Hamburg, Germany. Reeperbahn district is a place that Mark finds quite fascinating at night time. After all parties are over and people are gone, the streets breathe in a different hue of air under its neon lights, and Mark has captured these sights beautifully. An interesting fact is even though these streets look so lonesome, Hamburg has about 1.8 million inhabitants and it’s a second largest city in Germany after Berlin. It has over 100 clubs and music venues. With more than 2300 bridges and 14% of green spaces this city truly is outstanding in many ways. And yes the term hamburger was originally derived from Hamburg.

Photos by Mark Broyer

Mark’s a freelance art director and designer from Hamburg, Germany

These are shots of Reeperbahn district at night time

When parties are done and people are asleep

The streets breathe in a different hue of air under its neon lights

And Mark has captured these sights beautifully

Funny though, these lonsome town has 1.8 million inhabitants

And stands as the second largest city in Germany after Berlin

It has over 100 clubs and music venues

More than 2300 bridges and 14% of green spaces

Make this city trully outstanding in many ways

And yes the term hamburger was originally derived from Hamburg

via [fubiz]