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passenger transportation belt
elephant house roof
Eiffelturm threatening
tate modern dust
Larchant church inside
kyoto temple roof
passenger transportation belt

Passengers transportation belt

This pic was taken at the airport of Munich. To get from one airport section to the others passengers can use the conveyor belts in the basement which are alit by light installations of Daniel Flavin to avoid boredom.

elephant house roof

Roof Structure of elephant house in zoo

I found that interesting as it looks like a big negative eye but with black pupil that is put on the dome of this round animal building

Eiffelturm threatening

Eiffeltower somewhat threatening

This symbol of Paris is doubtless an extraordinary piece of architecture. From the distance it looks very elegant but the closer you get the more you get aware of the construction itself. From some angles, especially when going up in the elevators, it makes on feel like being in an oversized cage. One usually looks up the tower and never can see it on the whole, against the sky the steel is only black silhouette and it's more than obvious that this tower had not been built for aesthetical but constructional reasons ...

tate modern dust

Tate Modern

The only chance to get this great building (old station and now most modern museum in London) onto the pic in full width and height is of course from the distance - the opposite bank of the River Themse. Here at a rather nice mild autumn sunset.

Larchant church inside

Gothic church bow

All alone on a Sunday evening in a little village one hour drive from Paris I found this old gothic cathedral deserted but decorated with flower bouquets assumably leftover from a wedding in the morning.

I tried to catch the view where the lillies, the window panes and the chandelier showed the same light, reflection and colour shades of green and white, while the person viewing seems to hide in a darker corner ...

kyoto temple roof

Roof tiles on temple in Kyoto

As the title says a formation of slightly curved rows of tiles that let even the largest roofs of Japanes temple keep a dynamic and organict impression and seem of less weight as they are in fact.

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