Shot this last week, when we had a day of strong winds and snow in Tokyo. The weather wasn't such that the snow settled but at times there was a lot of it in the air.
I was down at's office for a meeting. She overlooks two towers in Shidome and between those towers you get a view of Hama Rikyu Gardens.
Great view but the glass has reinforcement in it and the diamond pattern the criss-cross of metal in the glass makes is too small to squeeze a camera lens in between.
So that's what made the odd dark great lines in the sky....
But, I can live with that. The main thing is the atmosphere. And the lines. Love the lines of the buildings in this view... and the distant skyscrapers of Kachidoki, peering through the grey.
Nikkor 50mm f/1.8 AiS
Monochrome done in-camera
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