Things are kept tidy in Japan
Inside office building
Girl walking down the street
A carving on the temple roof
I went back to shoot another gigapan of this building in 2011 and this thing is still there.
This was one of the very few unbroken windows in 2009. gigapan.org/gigapans/40163/snapshots/116383/
It looks pretty precariously balanced, but whatever it is it's been there since at least 2009. gigapan.org/gigapans/40163/
Most of the windows actually looke pretty much exactly the way they did in 2009 (gigapan.org/gigapans/40163/). But this one in particular has been subjected to a little more damage.
Some industrius individual has shown his support for the Michigan Central Depot by breaking into it and expressing his views via grafitti.
Nature is reclaiming this site, slowly but surely. This bush was also here in 2009 and looked to be about the same size.
The landscaping in front of the building has been changed since 2009. A bunch of these grass things have been planted.
A pretty sizeable tree growing on the roof. The gigapan from 2009 was shot from a different angle and you can't see this area.
Most of the grafitti down low was removed since 2009. This must have been added afterward.
This was a gaping hole into the buliding in 2009. It has been covered up since then. See gigapan from 2009: gigapan.org/gigapans/40163/
The tree that was growing out of the cracks here in 2009 seems to be gone.
New graffiti added since 2009. Compare to 2009 image: gigapan.org/gigapans/40163/
My gigapan of this building from 2009 shows a lot of graffiti down near ground level that has all been removed.
Statue of Alexander Hamilton, The first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury.
The white "lines" are made by varying the background hatching.
A little bit of fraying at the corner of the bill
Very tiny tear
Tiny text along the left and right border
Tiny letters above Hamilton's name
Tiny red letters
blue threads imbedded in the bill
Tiny letters near the lower left corner.
Statue at the apex of the building
Me crazy legz!
With bird stencil
Anything in the park. Or lose your skating privileges.
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