Have you ever wondered how's life within an orange?
Probably the architect got inspiration from the juicy oranges that used to grow in the groves of the area, the oval "Jaffa" type.
The variety actually originated in China. The first orange tree was brought to the West in the 16th century by Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama. It is from that single tree, still preserved in Lisbon, that all of the oranges of Portugal, Spain, France and Israel have come.
The first oranges to carry the "Jaffa" brand were from the agricultural colony of the Temple Society, established by German pioneers in 1871 just a few kilometers from Jaffa.
The "oranges" in the photo are the offices of a gas station. In the background - a couple of 5-star hotels.
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fayeulle (27827) 2007-02-26 4:05
Very strange building to live.
Strong contrast between the blue and the orange. I like this.
feather (51130) 2007-02-26 4:55
I wonder what the architect had been taking! Very strange office buildings. Good POV to show the hotel complex behind - a striking contrast.
Gerrit (50730) 2007-02-26 7:58
living in an orange, interesting. I wonder how it looks like inside.
stego (24030) 2007-02-26 8:55
A pretty and unusual view! Very effective pov and colors. The contrast of the orange against the deep blue sky is great.
brevbrev14 (140) 2007-02-27 5:06
hi Daniel, i like a lot the graphic impact of this image and your composition here..!
Great ocntrast of colours and perfect sharpness!
the place is really interesting!
pierrefonds (58758) 2007-02-27 7:19
A good POV of these orange shape buildings, the photo has a good composition, sharpness and nice colors. Have a nice day.
keribar (43841) 2007-02-28 0:26
Beautiful diagonal with rythmic oranges. These are probably new I don't remember that they were there 3 years ago. As you already know I also enjoy the BLUE matching with the ORANGE, which is just the case here.
Friendly yours - Izzet
devimeuxbe (58557) 2007-03-01 2:53
Nice graphism, nice colors. Beautifull POV.
A very interesting picture
Angshu (56406) 2007-03-02 4:06
This is unusual to say the least..wonder how the interiors would be..I like the graphism with the sheres in front of the standard buildings..a strong contrast
sebinho342 (19317) 2007-03-13 8:55
He he he Hi Daniel :)
I like this one :)) I see you are posting on TE quite often, i am a lot of picture late ! I'll stop onthis one today which is very funny, great association of those 2 background and foreground.
Well seen !