Thursday, March 6, 2008

day 67 - erection curves

The curvilinear structure of the Himeji International Exchange Centre ( "The Egret") reflects the classic "folded fan" curve of Himeji Castle's walls and moats, which it faces. This rather cool building contains shops, restaurants, a modern library - and our weekly Japanese lessons.


Joanne Gover Yoshida said...

I like your series of curves and angles. It's an interesting way to look at a place. I found your blog thru my sister, DontCallitPoetry.
I also live in Japan and write poems and take photos, so I appreciated seeing your site. I like the simple format you use with strong visual images, and short sentences that help to situate them. Has a nice poetry...!
If you don't mind, I'd like to add it to my "places to visit" at my blog (Aikawarazu Life in Japan)...
Nice to "meet you",

robwalkerpoet said...

Hajime mashite, Joanne. I just checked out your site. You have a really interesting mix of poetry and images on Aikawarazu. The name's cool, too. "The usual." I reckon the name I picked for mine was apt. Wakarimasen has been my most-used expression so far!