this is not a space station but a part of TV studio buildings,
always I imagine if the severe earthquake would attack it, this ball maybe roll out from the building...
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ikeharel (62879) 2011-03-10 4:53
Nice ball in modern structure, mtalic view, fine in details and good pov looking upwards.
Sergiom (67362) 2011-03-10 5:11
Peut-Ítre pas une soucoupe volante mais probablement un restaurant tournant. L'architecture est remarquable et le point de vue parfait.
Silvio1953 (130310) 2011-03-10 12:32
Ciao Akihisa, strange but beautiful architecture, good perspective, splendid light and excellent clarity, very well done my friend, ciao Silvio
ciakgiak (30423) 2011-03-10 14:33
Ciao caro Akihisa,
incredibile struttura, sembra un paesaggio di un'altro pianeta.
L'immagine Ť molto ben costruita e tecnicamente eccellente.
Complimenti, cari saluti.
Ricx (13495) 2011-03-10 22:16
Hi Aki, WOW-- what a TV Station- yeah It could be a space station.. very well captured with all the angles and lines.. a very impressive building.. well done Rich
emka (86391) 2011-03-10 22:49
Attractive close up of this ball in Odaiba. Superb graphic effect. Interesting example of modern architecture.
dkmurphys (52697) 2011-03-11 0:40
Not a space station but it looks like one. Fine shot, impressive architecture. Have a good day.
delpeoples (55090) 2011-03-11 15:18
I am sorry that I have no smilies left but I just wanted to make sure you were okay. This is a terrible disaster that has hit your country and I hope the loss of life is not great. Buildings can always be replaced but lives cannot. When I saw the horrible images of the earthquake and tsunami on the television, it brought tears to my eyes and I immediately thought of you and Hisashi. We aqre all thinking of you.
abmdsudi (46848) 2011-03-11 20:32
Deepest syamphaties, our thoughts are with the people of Japan during this difficult time. I have no doubt that Japan will overcome this setback with courage and dignity.
macjake (61418) 2011-03-12 7:47
first, the photo.
love the futuristic appeal here, even with the steel colored metallic like surface, its very alien like!
but most importantly, i wish you and your family, and your friends all the best. we all hope you are safe, not only you, but for all japanese.
please take care
ingvar (2088) 2011-03-12 7:53
I'm agrre with other friends on TE - Best wishes also from me, dear Akihisa! I hope that all is well now!
Good WE to you and all your countrymen!
maloutim (9639) 2011-03-12 20:47
Good morning Akihisa,
Great capture of this modern piece of architecture.
Reading your comment, I wonder if you knew about the earthquake or if you had had some warning about it when you posted the photo.
I am sorry you and your country people always have to live with this awful threat above your heads. And now, the worst catastrophe you ever experienced.
Yhe whole world feels deep sympathy for Japan and its people.
Nard (6972) 2011-03-21 12:06
Impressive and beautiful modern architecture. I like the POV you have chosen and the mict between the grey and the blue. We think of you and we are with you in your tragedy.
fabianoleite (9757) 2011-03-23 19:18
Interesting futuristic style, taken from a well chosen angle. The forms were really well explored. Congratulations and all the best wishes of strength and recovery for all japanese people. You are giving a lesson to the world - of dignity, discipline, strength, organization and solidarity - may God help you!