Monday, December 8, 2008

Phoenix Financial Center, Part 6

This is my last photo from here, I promise. I just had to show you these two beautiful trees that shade the tables just outside the building. I notice that this area is now the designated smoking area. There are other tables located in the inner courtyard that can be used for lunch dining sans the cigarette smoke. Don’t these gorgeous old trees make a beautiful spot to take a break from life at a desk or in a cubicle?

7 comments:

Sally said...

That would be anice spot for lunch in mid-summer I imagine. Sorry I can't visit very often - I am very busy. I look but can't always comment. Sorry!

Pat said...

It's a nice shot of the windows too. I can't remember what the inside looks like.

Jarart said...

It's nice to see these trees in a big city setting. It makes a nice place to take a break.

Mo said...

Yes lovely trees. How old are they.

Laurie said...

Gorgeous trees! I love what you choose to show us.

Sharon said...

Thanks everyone for the comments. No problem Sally, I've been a little busy myself the last few weeks. Mo, as near as I can tell those trees are about 40 to 50 years old.

bronsphotos said...

I've enjoyed your financial district series. Lots of interesting cool architecture.