Views from home

22 Sep

I have lived in the same apartment for three years – it is spacious and airy, close to my office with room for visitors.  I have a kitchen that two people can work in at the same time and two balconies – one that looks south and one that looks north.  From the north if I lean slightly over the edge I can see the World Financial Center and the Jin Mao tower across the river in Pudong.  

Over the last few weeks I have been noticing how the views differ during different times of the day and weather systems.  The photos below looks north east towards the Pudong side and at the temple complex just north of my apartment.  I like to see the contradiction of the traditional with the new skyline that is this city.

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