Sunday, December 13, 2009

Light and dark in the walled city

Shot from one of my trips down Intramuros, an old city/fortress built in the 16th century (Spanish colonial era), later known as The Walled City.


Most of the buildings in the area still hold its Spanish-style architecture.






Some of the cobble-stoned walks have also been kept in some parts of the old city, but it seems little have been done to preserve/restore/beautify the other structures surrounding it.


[* enjoy more Scenic Sundays..]

[* and see more shadows at hey harriet, shadow shot sunday]

Enjoy! I will be away for a while during the holidays, but rest assured I will be back with more photos come new year.

5 comments:

readingsully2 said...

Lovely work. :)

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful images. Love the shadows.

Quilt Works said...

I love the lampost and reflection. Excellent composition


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Budget Traveler said...

I just browsed through your photos.. they're beautiful and truly depicts a thousand words..:)

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frayedattheedge said...

fabulous buildings and super shadow shots