June 2, 2010

Single Tree



I've always liked this tree standing inside the courtyard of this building. Then again, the building itself is pretty interesting.

The tree's grown quite a bit since the building was first constructed. I'm not sure but I think it's an office building.

I like how it's lit up at night, too!

14 comments:

arabesque said...

i like the circle arch. detail on the last foto.
i wonder how the whole thing looks during the day... ^0^

T. Becque said...

Oh nice! Love the graphics with the people in the last photo.

Louis la Vache said...

Very nice - regardless of the function of the building, this is a fine presentation of the lone tree.

Babzy said...

nice light , i love trees in town , this one is a bit alone but give the place a special touch :)

mia said...

What a quirky idea to plant a tree inside a building! Or maybe they built the building AROUND the tree? :D Anyhow it's such a quirky sight.

Mo said...

Nice

Lois said...

The lighting is perfect!

ρομπερτ said...

Amazing photography !

Provides much hope of the strength of life being able to survive. Great pictures indeed. Please have a nice Thursday.

daily athens

VP said...

A nice set of photos revolving around this lonely tree.

gogouci said...

The spotlights on the lone tree make such a provocative setting. Very nice photos.

Tall Gary said...

Love the atmosphere. Round widows/openings are impressive, like your capture, Kaori.

When I bicycled home after drinking in Kichijoji I used a round window as a landmark for a right turn here. I must have been really drunk or it looked a lot better after midnight!

Dindin MK said...

It's a nice picture with a cool lighting...

Kaori said...

Thanks everyone! The tree does look lonely, but is definately standing in the spotlight :D

Mia, maybe they did! I'll have to ask around ;-D

Tall Gary, looks like a smaller version of this building's circle!

Hilda said...

Love your first shot! And you're right about the architecture — it is very interesting!

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