Last weekend I and my roommate/friend Gaye went to Clark, Pampanga for a mini fieldtrip. This is a first of many visits, for sure, since my thesis site is/will be in Clark.
The underused Clark Expo. Such great waste, beautifully built but used only a handful of times.
Clark Expo entrance.
Sky shot of the Clark Expo flags and empty “billboard” (I think it’s supposed to be a billboard).
The Clark Haunted Hospital from the back. Most say it’s haunted, I don’t think so. =)
The lake at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark.
A plaza at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark, where Aguinaldo’s home can be found.
The plaza in front of the Barasoain Church at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark.
Another view of the plaza in front of Barasoain Church at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark.
Gables, rooftops, and old Spanish houses at Nayong Pilipino sa Clark.
A view from the second roofdeck of the Clark Haunted Hospital. The original roofdeck cannot be accessed because some bad guys have stolen the metal ladder, the guard said.
A view of the expanse of Clark from the Clark Haunted Hospital’s second roofdeck.
A view from Clark Haunted Hospital’s second floor. That’s an atrium down there.
This wasn’t during the weekend, this was last Thursday during our design presentation for a residential landscape development proposal. A view from my seat, teehee.
As you can see I greatly enjoyed my camera’s panorama feature. I should take this opportunity to thank my Auntie Lorna for giving me her camera, which I named Cameron.
(shots are post-processed using Photoshop—– yes, I love over processing my photos, heh!)
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