Photo taken from the world's tallest building; taken from the 89th floor of Taipei 101.
You can tell it is mid-day during a weekday in the summer because the above ground parking lot is mostly empty.
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GREAT photo for this weeks theme...is that every taxi in town? lol...Please grab a shot of Tequila, ummm I mean tea and come visit me!
That is a great photo,....... are those all taxi's down below? Not many are regular cars. Have a happy weekend.
What a cool photo, Amanda! I'm not fond of heights, though, and it makes me a little weak to think of being in the world's tallest building.
How cool!!they look like little bumblebees down there!
that is a really long way down!! Really cool pic--reminds me of NYC with the taxis!!
Very cool photo! Are they waiting to pick up passengers? Have a great weekend!
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Great application of this week's theme. Cool picture!.Have a great weekend!
I love the shot! I can very well identify the yellow taxis. Lol. That many are lined up.
Very cool shot! What a great photo. :) Nice view of all the taxis in a row. :)http://dragonheartsdomain.blogspot.com/2007/08/photo-hunters-row.html
What does it feel like up there? Does the building sway? Did you get to the top?I'm sorry; so many questions. But this is fascinating!
every taxi in town? --> nope. Not by a long shot.are those all taxi's down below? --> all the yellow ones are taxi's. The "regular cars" are black, sliver, and tan ones.Are they waiting to pick up passengers? --> all the ones that are in a row are waiting for customers to come and hail a taxi. The ones in the middle lanes are driving.What does it feel like up there? --> doesn't really feel like much of anything. Just like you are high up.Does the building sway? Nope. There is this 550 ton "damper" in the center between the 93 and 87 floors that keeps the building from swaying even during strong typhoon winds and earthquakes.Did you get to the top? the highest I've been is to the 92nd floor.