Photographer's Note

Recently, one of Israel's known High-Teck company has endorsed a green-environment attitude and mounted a green wall on its east faade.

Though it was a bit too closer range to take a photo with no disturbances, so added 3 WS's from diff. spots.

Location in Tel-Aviv: 32.0695, 34.7964 on the map.
All 4 pictures are RAW, F10.0, ISO100.

*** From the web:
The green wall hangs a few dozen centimeters away from it, so that it shadows the building and cools it. It consists of 24 rows of planters that contain 30 different types of plants from three different groups - shrubs and small trees, shrubs and grasses. The vegetation is irrigated with water that is evaporated from the air conditioners in the building, and access to the wall is possible from narrow external corridors built on each floor.

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