Mojo is a bar/club near to the burgeoning Spinningfields area in Manchester. It sits on the same block as the excellent Mulligans where live music is often enjoyed late on a Friday night and the Guinness tastes just that bit better than that served in neighbouring bars.
I have only been into Mojo once and all I remember is that the barman was very keen on me buying a Mohito cocktail.
Now, I am a man that enjoys a cocktail (espresso maritini being my current favourite), but the main ingredient of a Mohito really doesn’t agree with me, so I forever associate this place with a cocktail I really don’t like.
Nevertheless, here is a tree/bush growing atop the place. Taken by my most excellent partner in work and personal life, Kellie.
Thank you for the picture!
This wonderful example was caught by my ex colleague and generally awesome individual, James Wetherall, owner, director and big cheese of the excellent Wetherall’s.
I’m not sure where it was taken in Amsterdam and I have a sneaking suspicion it is meant to be there, but it is such a good tree I couldn’t pass the opportunity by to post it.
News of the Trees on Buildings network grows far and wide and, in evidence of this, here is a submission from a friend of a friend of a friend! I’m not sure where it was taken but thank you to Neil!
I was very pleasantly surprised to receive a “Whatsapp” message from my colleague and friend, Nim.
Apart from being flattered and impressed that she had remembered my diligent work in documenting the trees on buildings of the world, I thought the photographs themselves were great. So, without further ado, Nim’s submissions from Manchester: