Friday, May 14, 2010

" Arsenio Lacson "

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There's something quintessential about this foto,
You might have seen it as I've already posted this edifice before ,
However, this is another point of view that's hard to missed,
to catch sundown just as it's about to end.
The silhouette monument on the right commemorates a journalist and politician, who was Arsenio Lacson .

He was mayor during the 60's and an activist during his period.
He had faced several attempts on his life and at the age of 50 and was fatally stricken at a hotel suite while preparing to leave to do his weekly radio and television broadcast.

There's another replica of him, reading a newspaper, i'll post it tommorow.

meanwhile, see more inspiring skies! this friday!

melody: Hey, soul sister -Train

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13 comments:

  1. I bet this is a morning shot! Nice one. Impressive Building. I wonder saan yan located?

    Happy weekend!

    Arlene
    http://www.midlifedancing.com/2010/05/swf-morning-glow.html

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  2. Cool silhouette of Lacson.

    Is this taken on your way home?

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  3. sunshine 4life: it's in sta. cruz and it's a sunset shot actually. ^0^
    hehe!

    photo cache: yup, how did you know? ^0^

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  4. Very symbolic. The sun setting on another heroic life…

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  5. Very nice silhouette and sunset shot. Maybe, you can show us next time one with the full light and features of the statue.

    Have a great SWF weekend.

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  6. The effect of sun is special

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  7. I hereby declare you as the master of sunsets :)

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  8. Fantastic photo, Arabesque! I like the warm colors :-)

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  9. Nice capture and feel of the place.Have a wonderful week ahead.

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  10. Nice sun and silhouette. The statue almost looks like it is dancing.

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thanks for sharing your thoughts! :)

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