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Views from the Balcony

A derelict building being reconstructed for a condominium development. The building was tilted a little bit to one side, even on flat ground.

Blue skies peeping over dark rain clouds. This was right over our balcony. I was so glad to see brightness after days of very gloomy weather.

This photo was taken during our first week in the boarding house one late afternoon. At sunset, everything was covered in caramel light. It’s more amazing in real life. That’s the monument at the heart of Quezon Memorial Circle at the backdrop.

Photo taken yesterday late afternoon. There were still rain clouds, but the sun shone bright that late. Is it just me, or Batman’s right there? =)

A few weeks ago during sunset before Typhoon Haikui (Gener in the Philippines) and the southwest monsoon almost drowned the metro.

/edit: Well stupid me, I just learned about the correct ISO settings awhile ago. I was wondering why my pictures turned out grainy, turns out my ISO setting was way too high. Tsk.


About klacenklai

Klarizza Jose is a landscape architect by day, dreamer and digital artist by night, and is in an on-again off-again relationship with coffee.


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