Architect: Atsushi Kitagawara
Completed in 1992.
Nishiazabu. April 21st, 2008
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I'm seriously impressed with your compositional skills on this one....these wires must have been so hard to deal with but you've made them into something dramatic with those dynamic angles you've chosen...well done!
19 May 2008 8:30am
@Ian Bramham: Thank you very much Ian!
Muy bonito tu blog!me gusta el tratamiento de color que le das a algunas de tus fotos.
19 May 2008 12:25pm
@kaneli: Muchas gracias kaneli!
What an interesting perspective. All along I have been wondering how to eliminate those power lines in my architecture photographs, and you have incorporated them so artfully.
19 May 2008 2:08pm
@johnnyanne: Thank you very much johnnyanne!
Stunning perspective! Particularly like how you artistically incorporated all those cables in your overall composition... :)
19 May 2008 5:50pm
@ManuelaR: Thank you very much ManuelaR!
A real city shot right amongst it with those overhead wires and cables. Mr Kitagawara knew what he was doing with that yellow.
19 May 2008 8:07pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Thank you very much Ronnie 2¢!
nice lines! there is quite a bit going on in this photo and you framed it well.
20 May 2008 2:20am
@Geoff Hoffman: Thank you very much Geoff Hoffman!
Wow, beautiful! I love the wires.
20 May 2008 2:36am
@e.: Thank you e.!
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