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K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge – Architecture


For this week’s Cosmic Photo Challenge,  the prompt is “architechture.” Since I don’t have a lot of fancy tools at my disposal for altering photos, I decided to choose a building and pick it apart. I thought what better place to look than Japan, where aesthetics is everything.

Here’s a picture I took in December of 2014, of the Disney store in the Shibuya section of Tokyo. Click on the pictures for a closer look:

If you’d like to participate in the prompt, click here for Dale’s page, and/or here to go to K’lee’s place. Go on – it’s fun!

Author: LindaGHill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

15 thoughts on “K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge – Architecture

  1. It certainly is peculiar. I can’t help but think there is a reason behind each design element — unless it was designed by an American who just wanted to be different. lol


  2. That was a very interesting building 🙂


  3. I’ve never actually seen that building. But then, I didn’t spend much time in Shibuya. I was a Shinjuku person. But I agree, one of the best places to find interesting architecture is Japan.


  4. Wow! Fantastic shots. I’m kinda wishing I could teleport myself there right now. I’ve been to Tokyo once and it was amazing. I didn’t get to spend much time there, but one day… one day, I’ll go back and see this.


  5. Cool Linda. Very neat architecture – also I didn’t know that the Japanese put the cashes at the rear – interesting.


  6. What a bizarre place. It looks like some sort of marooned spaceship.
    Thank you for your continued participation in the challenge it’s great that we get such an eclectic mix of images.


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