See breathtaking nighttime aerial photos of NYC

Belgian photographer Antoine Rose's new exhibition features photos of NYC at night shot sky-high at 4,000 feet
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Being a New Yorker can be stressful. When we're not hustling for every dollar earned (and spent), we're scrambling to find affordable apartments or attempting to navigate the semifunctional NYC subway. But sometimes it only takes stunning aerial views of the city and its busy intersections to remind us how beautiful the concrete jungle really is. For his new exhibition “Up in the Air,” Belgian photographer Antoine Rose shot New York City by night from a helicopter at 4,000 feet, capturing stunning views—see our favorites below!

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Antoine Rose, “Up in the Air” is at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery from September 17 to October 31, 2015.

Concerto
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Concerto

Pinball
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Pinball

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Elite
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Elite

Blue Chip
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Blue Chip

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Crossroads
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Crossroads

Ice and Fire
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Ice and Fire

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Entering the Hive
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Entering the Hive

Times Square Study
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Times Square Study

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Ice Rink
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Ice Rink

Mad City
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Mad City

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Love of the Rink
Photograph: Courtesy Antoine Rose/Emmanuel Fremin Gallery

Love of the Rink 

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