This photograph was taken in 2008 from a 64 story building in Punta Paitilla (Panama City). It was right before the big world financial crash, and Panama was living the construction “boom”. Somehow I still feel this photo represents strongly Panama City today, with all these constructions everywhere. Still, real estate construction never really stopped during the world crisis. Instead, it continued, even if slowly. I wonder how it will look like in 10 years!
Tag: Travel and Tourism
Moving reflection in front of perfection
In Monte Tamaro (Ticino, Switzerland), swiss architect Mario Botta leaves his sign with this Chapel, Santa Maria degli Angeli, perfectly positioned so that we can enjoy a spectacular view over the valleys and surrounding mountains… The building contrasts nicely with the landscape, as the water dispenser for the cows that usually graze on Monte Tamaro during summer time.