July 24, 2010

In Every Glance


This is the sunset from yesterday reflecting onto the Seibu Building. And if you look closely at the photo below, you'll see a part of the sunset on the bus.


See other reflections from around the world at Weekend Reflections hosted by James.

17 comments:

Hilda said...

Ooh! Fantastic reflections on an amazing glass building!

Tall Gary said...

Makes me think of holograms. They say that if you break a hologram into smaller pieces each piece is a miniature complete reflection of the former whole. From sunset—to reflection—to yet a smaller reflection, all of them that gorgeous sunset. Whew. Mind boggling.

Mulleh said...

Beautiful reflection!

VioletSky said...

I like how there is a bit of cloud above the building so the reflected image seems to continue off the building as well!

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Excellent shot and a very good eye.

Darryl and Ruth : )

Dindin MK said...

it's smart and cool, the way you capture sunset!
nice shot! :D

ρομπερτ said...

Once again, a joy to "meet" the artist in you and your photography. Please have a nice Sunday.

daily athens

Flo de Sendai said...

Tokorozawa, I've been living a very long time in Japan, but never been there !
Nice reflection !

Pat said...

A gorgeous sky/cloud formation captured on a gorgeous building! What a great shot!

Nefertiti said...

superbe architecture !

Kaori said...

Thank you for the lovely comments everyone!

Tall Gary, very deep thought! :-)

Flo, you should come! You're always welcome :D

VP said...

One of the best reflections around!

this too will pass said...

very nice, and well done for seeing that reflection in the bus too

T. Becque said...

Ooh neat! I like it!

Louis la Vache said...

A fine contribution to Weekend Reflections, Kaori!

Lisergic Synaesthesiae said...

The second is just amazing, it's a double reflection shot!

mia said...

I love this building. And I like the soft muted colors. You captured it at just the right time. Great shot Kaori!

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