From day to night in one photograph

Richard Silver’s unique artwork shows the world’s most stunning landmarks in a way you’ve never seen them before.

EDGAR staff September 7, 2014

They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and if that's the case then one of Richard Silver's shots, which manages to show the transition from daylight to dark in a single photo, must be worth a whole lot more.

The American artist has produced a stunning portfolio featuring some of the most famous buildings and landmarks in the world, from the Suleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul and the Houses of Parliament in London, to the Beijing National Stadium (above) and the Colosseum in Rome.

After shooting up to 60 photos of the landmark over a few hours as day turns to night, Richard splices them together to create this unique effect. Here are a few of our favourite shots from his collection:

Ahu Tongariki, Easter Island.Suleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul. Colosseum, Rome. Houses of Parliament, London.Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore.Shanghai.Piazza Unita, Trieste.Hangia Sophia, Istanbul.Images: Richard Silver Details: visit Richardsilverphoto.com