NULLOver the five years that I lived in Manhattan, I explored most of the boroughs with my camera. But, above everything else, the landscapes and skylines were always the most striking. The combination of human ingenuity and the false sense of tranquility generated by the densely-packed buildings rising up to touch the sky always seemed to catch my attention over the noise and energy of the streets below. Each of these panorama are composed of a series of images - often around 30 - that are stitched and blended together using software so that the lines between where one image starts and another stops is unidentifiable.