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This is where I work, Shinagawa in Tokyo. Apparently, just a few years ago this was all an industrial wasteland filled with decaying factories and warehouses.…

Downtown LA is a strange place that I rarely venture to (with the exception of Chinatown), but tonight Drew and I had a meeting in the area with Psychic Bunny…

Is this just a statement that someone could make it taller, or does it serve a purpose. Please excuse the gaps in my blog, I'm away in the US for a week, so I…

The danger of walking around in New York City lies in the fact that you spend so much time looking up, you end up having neck pains for weeks after you get back…

Images tirées de la scéance photo vécue avec mon frère, le mercredi 30 décembre 2007, à parcourir les rues du centre-ville de Montréal. Pour d'autres photos de…

I took this at night, obviously… we'd just gone to the movies in Bellvue (yes, it was a GOOD movie! Worth the considerable drive to see it!) and though there…

Most parts of Hong Kong feature tall and lofty buildings. It's common to spot reflections of buildings on adjoining skyscrapers. Here's one such spectacle.

Paper skyscraper is a store in Charlotte, NC where you can find unique cards, gifts and things that you will not find anywhere else. I love this store & all the…

At an art fair I saw a very interesting exhibit. The artist had made exact bronze replicas of famous skyscraper photos. It was an amazing and very creative idea…

A smattering of images in & about the Financial District. I went on a few separate occasions to try & avoid the crowds, but no such luck… Ended up taking a lot…
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