somehow an ordinary scenario here while waiting for the train to arrive. and like always, it's packed with people during rush hour while on the other side, all seem quiet. This security guard though, dedicated and alert on his job in maintaining peace and order. cute pose though don't you think?! ^0^
靜 = at least that's what this Chinese character means. we all need a bit of a pause from our hectic life and sometimes, all we need is silence. I was inside the car when it was raining and took this shot, seen along the streets of tetuan here in downtown.
a group of dried fishes, on sale here in Chinatown market. and while i'm not a fan of dried fishes or " Tuyo " ( locally ) as we call it here. When you cook them, the whole house smells fishy and the neighbors are sure to know that that's what you're having for dindins. ^0^ But really, they can be very tasty and salty at the same time and an all time favorite best if paired with fresh tomatoes and garlic rice.
Nothing particular in this tiled flooring, just that I like how it had turned out. The street i'm sharing you now is near Rizal Avenue, along Sta. Cruz and also the church. The streak of lamps leads to Sta. Cruz bridge. a lot of hubbub during the day and a busy street as well, but certainly not advisable to wander alone at night. ^0^
Ps: Hi guys! sorry for the silent hiatus, things have been busy and posting wasn't possible. a lot has happened to Manila these past few weeks, but the worst one were the torrential rains and those unending typhoons. Things have been slowly getting back to normal again.
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