Definitely not what I would expect to see in Japan. 🙂
The rain and clouds cleared for a bit letting me catch the total eclipse of the moon last night (Jan 20, 2019). (Although not before I got rained on! 😦 . But lucky me, the clouds only came back just after the eclipse finished. )
Stretching as far as one can see, part of the Tokyo cityscape from the Tokyo Skytree. Most awesome, it looks like this in all directions and gives an amazing perspective on the 13.8 million inhabitants of this metropolis.
Check out other great cityscapes at Patti’s site.
An unusual perspective on YAIC (Yet Another Internet Cat) 😉 .
These curves are actually a sound barrier (or sound tunnel) on the City Link in the Melbourne, AU, suburb Flemington. My caption is a reference to the nearby railway station, Flemington Bridge, although, to me, it kind of looks like a cheese grater. Fitting, perhaps, since the yellow beam “Cheesestick” – part of Melbourne International Gateway – is close by.
Bleu et Jaune. Blu e Giallo. Blau und Gelb. Blått och Gult. Azul y Amarillo… In any language, Blue and Yellow 🙂
I did a double take when I saw the pepper image in Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Kind Geometric Shape. Almost a year earlier I had taken a photo of a very similar pepper display in a market. In black and white, even. My image was done quite a bit closer so I’m not sure if it fits the ‘any kind of geometric shape’ of the challenge (well, OK, it has curves) but it is an interesting coincidence. Reason enough for me to share 🙂 .
Best wishes for a very happy 2019! 🎉