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At the upside of the roof for "Oasis 21", a huge complex in the Sakae Park, Nagoya. Believe it or not, there is a sharrow and large pond on the roof! What's more, its bottom is completely transparent and you can see people walking on the lower floor through it!
Frost is shining Upon the sun light.
Snowy forest melting in the light 【Explore on January 19, 2014】
Monk【Explore on January 23, 2014】
Rascacielos del distrito Nishi-Shinjuku en Shinjuku, Tokio, Japan / Japón・日本・東京・新宿区
skyscrapers / street / night / lights / cityscape / buildings / light trails / sompo japan building
EXPLORE Mar 30, 2011 #21
Pulsa L para ver sobre negro / Hit L to see on black
Pulsa F para marcar como favorita / Hit F to fave
I was a little late to the prime of Autumn Leaves....archive of autumn 2014
The last chapter of a trilogy
In the Morning, the sun shines, and immediately, frost melts and serves as waterdrop.
cohabitation (tradition and modernity), Tokyo, Japan
just for EXHIBITION.
Thanks for the visit, and favorites.
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"Akashi kaikyo Bridge", built across the Akashi strait between Kobe (the main island of Japan) and the Awaji island was completed in 1998. Its central span is 1,991 meters (6,529 ft). This is the longest central span of any suspension bridge in the world. The two other sections are each 960 meters. Its overall length is 3,911 meters (12,831 ft). The two supporting towers are 282.8 m (928 ft) high above sea level.
Kyoto - Japan
Da foto scansionata e postata a maggio 2008
The material images of this HDR image were taken In front of the Tokyo Station. You can see the brand-new complex "Kitte", the former Central Post Office over there build in the early 20th century. This photo was synthesized from three RAW files taken with SEL1018 on my NEX-F3.