Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Glass, Water & Palm Trees


Across the street from Fiesta Mall (featured yesterday) is one of Mesa's few high-rises buildings the 16-story glass tower called the Mesa Financial Plaza.  When it was built the building was called the Western Savings Tower but Western Savings was a financial business that failed back in the 80's when we went through the Savings & Loan crisis.


I was happy to see that the building appears to be thriving with Bank of America being the major financial tenant now.  I always loved these two gorgeous fountains in front of the building. There used to be interesting sculptures on the property but, those appear to be gone now.


I loved the way the water was reflected in the glass building.


It's one of the prettiest fountains in the area!

11 comments:

Christine said...

I really love the overall look of this plaza! It would be so nice to spend time here! Lovely photos of the fountains!

Jacob said...

A great series of photos. You really do know your way around a camera! Love the fountain - it looks like whipped cream! And those reflections are superb!

Karl Demetz said...

Wow, such magnificent images of these fountains, Sharon, brava !

Steve Reed said...

You'd think all the people working in that building would help keep the mall afloat!

RedPat said...

I love these fountains, Sharon!

William Kendall said...

Quite a pretty pair of fountains!

Catalyst said...

Western Savings. Hmmm, that name is familiar. Was that a Driggs business? Nice photos.

Lois said...

The fountains are pretty! They look so nice and refreshing. I like the reflections too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That is good news Sharon! It is a pretty fountain, super watery reflections!

Kate said...

I am back posting again after a very sad week, I scrolled through your photos that I missed to select one to comment on, and chose this one. The flow of water reminds me of the flow of life. Very attractive!

Jack said...

It is a great fountain, nicely photographed, Sharon.