A Barren Tree In Naha Suburbia
I noticed this tree at a park while trying to get a nice creative crop of Naha City with Ryu:X being a focal point but this tree ended up being in the way for that, and it was a little too hazy out in the distance for such a clear day to get a sharp focus. The tree, however, reminded me of the changing of times: one day it's barren and the next day it's full of life again. I ended up making it, and the bright sky behind it, the center of attention, in hopes that Okinawa can become lively once again after this epidemic passes right over us.
The buildings below this downtown Naha shrine are the Ryu:X east and west: the two tallest buildings in Okinawa.


They can't be missed if you stop by here for some shopping:
San-A Naha Main Place

Naha  San-A Naha Main Place

San-A Naha Main Place is a shopping mall, centrally located in the city of Naha and near the Omoromachi monorail station.

Or visiting the Sugar Loaf Hill Word War II historical landmark.
 

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