Today’s photo shows a different time of day and year compared to the recent post of the giant spider sculpture in Roppongi.
Today’s photo comes from Meguro in Tokyo. The glowing part of town to the right of center is Shibuya, and the Shinjuku skyscrapers can be seen farther to the right and in the distance.
The reflection in the bottom of the pic is from the ledge I set my camera on to take the long exposure.
The tower in the distance to the right is from the Nikolaj Church, now an art museum and restaurant. The spire on the tower was donated by the founder of Carlsberg Brewery, Carl Jacobsen, in 1909. The “new” spire is identical to the original one, which was destroyed by fire, from the Renaissance period.
No sign of King Kong on this evening, but the view was still one to marvel at.