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Lost in Space

Posted by
Daryl Johnson (Worcester Park, United Kingdom) on 16 August 2007 in Architecture and Portfolio.

This bizarre building is the Maishima Incineration Plant, on Maishima Island, the site of the Summer Sonic music festival in Osaka on the 11th and 12th of August.

Here's more information... http://www.newcolonist.com/osaka_waste.html

I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!

Jose from Barcelona, Spain

Alucinante.

16 Aug 2007 9:04am

@Jose: Muchas gracias!

Paulo from Peso da Régua, Portugal

Interesting work.

Thanks for your visit.

16 Aug 2007 11:02am

@Paulo: Thanks Paulo. Os mais melhores desejos!

Jason Kravitz from Brussels, Belgium

strange - looks like a medieval psychedelic fairy tale!

16 Aug 2007 5:07pm

@Jason Kravitz: Thanks Jason!

eureka from Boston, United States

wow, it looks like the building is bleeding. that's very cool.

16 Aug 2007 5:42pm

@eureka: Cheers eureka!

Putter from Belgium

Bizarre but beautiful. Very cool building, you captured it really well!

16 Aug 2007 6:24pm

@Putter: Thank you Putter!

tengtan from Melbourne, Australia

Bizarre building indeed but photogenic and fitting subject for this well composed image.

16 Aug 2007 7:12pm

@tengtan: Cheers tengtan!

Dawn Sutherland from Phoenix, United States

What a crazy looking building!! Thanks for sharing your part of the world.

16 Aug 2007 9:44pm

@Dawn Sutherland: You're welcome Dawn. Thank you!

Diego from La Paz, Mexico

Hombre, se ve genial! muy buena foto! remain me mario bros, i don´t know why... =D

17 Aug 2007 2:40am

@Diego: Thanks Diego!

Henri Rabagny from Paris, France

Good shot for this strange building!

17 Aug 2007 9:45pm

@Henri Rabagny: Cheers Henri!

framboisine from Pau, France

j'avais besoin de voyage, vous m'avez dépaysée , c'est superbe, tout, Thank you for the visit in your country, Françoise

29 Aug 2007 10:34pm

@framboisine: Merci framboisine!