Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective


The above perspective might have you asking what the heck is going on here?!? Is it a building? A glass sculpture? Is it clear? Is it even real … maybe it’s a painting?
What the …???

cocoon2But from this perspective you can see that’s all just part of the glass and steel mosaic and gentle curves of Tokyo’s Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, a 204-metre, 50-story educational facility that towers over the city’s Shinjuku district. It also ranks in the top five of my favorite pieces of architecture in the world.

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17 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

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  2. Angeline M says:

    Really cool perspective in your lead photo! What a great piece of architecture.

  3. Beautiful. Understandable why this would climb the ranks of favorite bits of architecture to see.

  4. Amy says:

    Awesome! What a spectacular building!

  5. viveka says:

    Great entry Great entry … what a fantastic building – very similar to the one they have in London, the gherkin.

  6. Beautiful architecture and a great choice for the challenge.

  7. Paula says:

    Loving these shots, Stephen 🙂 Gorgeous reflections and architecture!

    • thanks, paula! i’m a sucker for sleek, clean architecture like this. it’s nice to see so much imagination at work. that’s why sometimes i consider buildings like this (and many others around the world) to be works of art on a giant scale.

  8. SakuraDreams says:

    Yes! This is one of my favorite buildings as well. I have many pictures of this building in the day and night. Fantastic piece of architecture!

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