By: Zhang Wenjie
Apr 05 2011
Tags: architecture, japan, lights, night, photoblog, photography, repetition, tokyo, tokyo tower, urban
A close up of the Tokyo Tower by night. Tokyo Tower employs seasonal lighting. In warm summer months, it is lighted up in white, thought to be a cooling color. In colder months, it becomes a warm, cosy orange.
Looks like finished steel structure emerging from the blast furnace of iron from molten ore
Just like a burning iron still hot at 100% hit it will be interesting if you get closer face to face!
It’s quite psychedelic at night and up close, but the interesting bits are actually not quite low enough to get your face in it
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