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27 August 2013

The Luneta Hotel: "Enduring Time and Tide"

The Luneta Hotel was built in 1918 and it is one of my favorite old buildings in Manila. Throughout the years, I have discovered that private companies and government officials carelessly allowed the destruction of Manila’s many old monuments and buildings.  I miss the days when I still saw some old Art Deco buildings along the streets of Manila.  Although I spend most of my days in Quezon City now, I still long for the Manila of my youth. Last August 26, aside from venting my anger along with the multitudes in Rizal Park, I made a point to visit an old friend.  Thankfully, she has gotten better with age and I heard she is being restored.  Here are some of my pictures in colored and in black and white. (Using Olympus E-410)


The Lady Herself, in Colored and in Monotone
Seeing Both Sides
The Flag on Her Lap
A Witness to Anger

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