If you can stand all the pushing and shoving of the millions walking along The Bund in Shanghai, you can get up to the riverside rail and get a photo of the colorful and architecturally distinguished modern Shanghai skyline.
It’s right out of Blade Runner, if you ask me. The moisture, the pollution, the noodles, and, most of all, the projected advertising face on the Kyocera building. Eerie at best. Frightening and foreboding at worst.
For some more photos of Shanghai’s impressive skyline, look here for the daytime version and here for a shot along the Bund of the older architecture on the other side of the river. You could spend months there and not exhaust the possibilities.