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coral tree blossoms at disney concert hall by karen peacock

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Frank Gehry’s Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles is a spectacular building made up of intersecting, curving pieces of stainless steel. The naked coral trees in the garden bloom in the spring, before their leaves appear, and provide a natural, colorful contrast to the smooth, shiny steel.

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california, coral tree, disney concert hall, disney hall, erythrina coralloides, gehry, naked coral tree

Comments

  • Wayne  Pearson
    Wayne Pearsonover 5 years ago

    Great contrast between nature and man made hard edge, it shows that they can co-exist .

  • Thanks Wayne. It’s really quite a magnificent building, and these trees are super-photogenic.

    – karen peacock

  • Tama Blough
    Tama Bloughover 5 years ago

    I’ve seen some pics of this building and wondered what it was. I like this shot a lot.

  • Thanks Tama! It’s hard to take a bad photo of this place- it has so many interesting components.

    – karen peacock

  • DebraLee Wiseberg
    DebraLee Wisebergalmost 5 years ago

    Well spotted and captured.

    Debra

  • Thanks so much Debra!

    – karen peacock

  • Barbara  Brown
    Barbara Brownalmost 5 years ago

    Great eye Karen!! Lovely

  • Thanks Barbara!

    – karen peacock

  • matt ucar
    matt ucarover 4 years ago

    great composition and it s like tree brunches are trying to listen to the building!

  • Thanks matt! What a wonderful comment- I never looked at the tree quite that way.

    – karen peacock

  • rudolfh
    rudolfhover 4 years ago

    Excellent photo Karen

  • Thanks Rudolf!

    – karen peacock

  • Lynn Wiles
    Lynn Wilesover 4 years ago

    This is fabulous, love the juxtaposition of nature with modern architectural lines.

  • Thanks so much Lynn! I think the garden designer chose some perfect trees to complement the architecture- they both look like something from Dr. Seuss.

    – karen peacock

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