A hazy sunset in Tokyo

I am glad to have this week almost finished because I am a bit tired already likely due to a ‘bullet’ super short trip to Tokyo I did on past weekend by taking night flight on Friday last week after work, then gone through some meetings on Sat/Sun, then I was already in Sydney by Tuesday morning.

Well, I am not bitching about it because the all on the trip scheduled was worthwhile to do and I am happy to get the all itinerary completed.  I will have to do this once again this month, and I know the only challenge for me to get over on next trip will be the temperature gaps between the two sites; winter Sydney vs rainy sticky Tokyo, that’s all.  Appreciate minimal time-zone difference laid between the two countries  🙂

Anyway, since the trip was short and packed with plans to carry out, I took little chance for photography.  Last day, however, I managed to a short time for it and dashed into Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office on its 45th floor’ lookout.

I wished to catch a sunrise seeing the sun sinking down to the end, but it was hidden in the clouds way before its setting itself down, which was this.  🙂

It’s not my first time to visit there but I have not got the luck to catch sunrise.  Though I could not tick off this time for the photography,  I still enjoyed the view; every sunset is different.  🙂

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Lofty frutex in autumn sky

I saw this tree at Bronte, on my walk with a friend from a local cafe up to the beach.  The tree was not that high as you would imagine, but because the area was gradient, I looked it up from much lower position.

I thought this photo was taken all right because it was taken almost as exactly as how I saw.

It was very warm and summery day.  The beach and cafes were packed with many people who enjoyed themselves in the vibe of end of summer including myself (actually it was already autumn for calendar).  The mood made me feel that we could still hold a bit of summer time, but I realized that sky and the ripple of clouds were certainly telling me of the farewell of summer.

That was what I saw when I watched and photographed this.

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