This would have been a better picture on a nice sunny day, but the traffic had stopped for a bit and it gave an opportunity to capture this tree. It caught my eye a bit back, but there is no way I would wonder up to this end of town with a camera in my hand…
At the risk of the Geek meter exploding, here is a better picture of the last building; this time taken with an iPhone 4s. Not strictly treesonbuildings talk, but I am very impressed by the camera on this phone. Also, this picture was taken in the morning and the light was not as good as the below example. I’ll stop typing now as I expect this isn’t very interesting.
I found quite a few more trees on buildings today and will post them soon!
Tempting to make a puntastic joke about the all-over-the-news rev. Flowers here, but I will refrain.
Instead, let’s revel in what is, I think, the best example yet of a building succumbing to nature in our very midst:
Followed by some other fine examples that had me kicking myself for not upgrading my phone earlier. Actually, I was cursing the loser I bought it from on eBay that didn’t post it until 5 days after I won the auction. T*sser.
Probably pushing it a little with this one, but the paintings on the old elevator shaft meant I simply couldn’t let this one pass by.
The iPhone 3GS camera is really showing its limitations here. A better phone is on the way – bought especially for all you treesonbuildings fans!*
*may not be true.