Stunning nightlife street

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German photographer Andreas Levers shot an amazing series of nightlife. Stunning blue neon lights that pull us into a mysterious world. The photos look so clean even though they are taken in city that is definitely busy during the day. This collage is continuation of the nightlife series of photos taken in other places. Andreas Levers on Instagram.

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