Saturday, June 21, 2008

Water

I was supposed to pass this one because I thought I will check out the Yummy Magazine event in Salcedo Village weekend market (Makati City), but then rains kept on pouring here, and I didn't want to get wet because I plan to take lots of pictures. If I do go out, imagine how hard it must be if I go to an open weekend market, taking pictures with umbrella... certainly hard, and I don't want to risk getting our camera wet.

Anyway, since I have more time here in the house today, I can post my photo hunt for this week, yey!!! Here's my entry:

photo hunt
Burnham Park

This is the Burnham Park in Baguio City at 7 in the morning. Still a quiet site to see, but in just about two hours more, this park will be filled with people. Actually, the park already has quite a bunch of visitors even this early - people who jog around the park and people who just wanted to chill and relax, like what me and my sister did the time we were there. By the way, this is a man-made lagoon located in the middle of the park.

It has been three months since we last visited the place, and I am starting to miss Baguio now. Happy weekends, everyone!

*** Jenn ***

11 comments:

marcia said...

awwhh that is sweet

dawn said...

Wow, that is pretty. Great picture.

KISSEDALOTATOADS said...

Great photo! A memory always to be had with photos like these. Have a wonderful week.

June said...

I think it's great that you took a shot before the people got there...as such, the photo is filled with anticipation. Good one and thanks for stopping by Spatter...

Jenty said...

I like the swanny boats. Very pretty scene

WillThink4Wine said...

I love the clouds! What is that interesting plant in the right foreground? Quite graceful with a lovely shock of red.

Stefi said...

hi great picture and such a lovely memory!!! :)

Suzy said...

Very nice. a beautiful place to see.

merrymishaps said...

This is a beautiful photo!

EM said...

Awww...I miss Baguio too!! My youngest haven't been there even once! and she's 11 now. we will defnitely visit baguio when we come home to visit!

thanks for sharing.

Ice said...

I've never been to Baguio but a friend of mine owns a property there. Maybe in the future I could go with her and see tha place at last.

 
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