Ever wonder how the Times Square in New York will look like in daylight, without any people bustling around? Or how a road in Beijing, that is usually jam-packed with honking cars, suddenly look empty? Well, photographers Lucie and Simon had the same question in their heads. So, they ventured out in different parts of the world, taking a daylight shot of the most crowded places in the world and laving out the people. The result? An eerie looking post-zombie Apocalypse places – similar to what you typically see in the movies. But it can be quiet, soulful, and mysterious too. From China, to a subway station in London, to New York – here is a list of the 10 Crowded Places Photographed Without People. What can you see?