I see this building up close at least twice a week. It's almost done compared to this photo I took last year so maybe people can actually move in this year as promised.
Taken September 2008
Friday, May 8, 2009
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Tuesday, February 3, 2009
I called Bayview Hotel Singapore my home away from home twice already. I discovered this hotel while looking for accomodations near churches. Later, I found out that it's also a good starting point for The Great Singapore Sale, being walking distance to Bugis, Orchard Road and the Civic District.
Taken June 2007 in Singapore
This week's Shutterday theme: Hotel/Motel
Monday, February 2, 2009
Friday, January 23, 2009
Monday, January 19, 2009
A fence usually signifies that something is off limits or at least requires permission to enter. This structure in Malaysia was fenced and not open to visitors. But I managed to get a shot through the fence, using its parts to frame the structure.
Taken May 2007 in Malaysia
This week's Unique's Photo Challenge: Fence
Monday, December 1, 2008
Saturday, November 15, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
Para sa marami sa atin, ang relihiyon ay sya nating kinagisnan at pinamana sa atin ng ating mga magulang. Kung paano natin siya isabuhay ay ating sariling desisyon at tungkulin.
For many of us, religion is something we grew up with or was handed to us by our parents. How we live it is our choice and responsibility.
Taken April 2008 in Ilocos, Philippines
Tema sa linggong ito ng Litratong Pinoy: Kinagisnan
This week's Litratong Pinoy theme: Developed With
Sunday, August 31, 2008
They don't build buildings like they used to. Thanks to heritage conservation advocates, we get to view these remnants of the past.
Taken April 2008 in Vigan, Ilocos
This week's Photo Sunday theme: Architecture
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
The Christ Church of Malacca, built in the 1700s, is but one of the red buildings in the square. It is a reminder of the city's Dutch history which goes back to the 1400s.
Taken May 2007 in Malacca, Malaysia
Sunday, August 24, 2008
This is the door of a house in the heritage village resort that is Sitio Remedios. While the inside houses vintage furniture, it also provides modern day comforts such as airconditioning.*Awarded #3 by Unique's voting members
Thursday, August 21, 2008
Kasama lagi ng isang mithi ay isang panalanging ito'y matupad. At minsan kung saan saan tayo napapadpad. Sa Antipolo para sa mga magbabiyahe. Sa Obando para sa gustong magkaanak. Kay San Antonio para sa mga nawawalan. Kay Sta. Clara para di umulan.
A wish is at all times accompanied by a prayer that it comes true. And sometimes, it takes us to a lot of places. To Antipolo for those about to travel. To Obando for those who want to have children. To St. Anthony for those who've lost something. To St. Claire to pray for no rain.
Taken January 2008 at Caleruega
Tema sa linggong ito ng Litratong Pinoy: Mithi
This week's Litratong Pinoy theme: Wish