Bicycle Running In Front Of Corinthian Columns

Bicycle in front of Corinthian columns

Some thick pillars stood in the facade

Shot in Okayama City, Okayama.

At a facade of a stone building, some Corinthian columns were there. The building was sublime. It was a former branch of the Bank of Japan and built in 1922. Although the Okayama Castle was destroyed by bombing during WWII, this building survived. At the time of construction, most architectures in the city were made with wood. So I thought it was much more stand out than it is now.

During watching the facade, a bicycle was passing by in front of the splendid pillars.

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Photo No.
1232
Shooting Date
Sep 2007
Posted On
November 28, 2007
Place
Okayama City, Okayama
Genre
Architectural Photography
Archive
Nov2007 ARCHITECTURE OKAYAMA
Camera
CANON EOS 1V
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