Friday, March 27, 2009

Rizal Park

I have visited the Rizal Park quite a few times already, but it was the first time that I got to visit the place during dusk. The visit came as an accident, actually, when my sister and I were about to go home after the visit at the Manila South Harbor, we both didn't know how to go home from there, so I decided to take the much familiar route: walking from the pier to Rizal Park and take the bus from there.

Someone from South Korea must be visiting the country - every time a foreign flag is waved here, it's an indication that an important person from that country is in the Philippines. For those who are not familiar, Rizal Park is where the country's national hero, Dr. Jose P. Rizal was executed and buried.

*** Jenn ***


Guy D said...

Great shot, looks like an awesome place.

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Sally in WA said...

Nice photo. I took pictures from Rizal Park in Seattle yesterday. Now I know who he is. Thanks for sharing that tidbit.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Dusk is such a fab time!!!

uncleawang said...

Being X airline staff,I visited this this place 20 years ago.Nice place,thanks for sharing and it's my memory there.

bookbabie said...

Great shot, lots to see of a place I certainly have never been to!

BirdingMaine said...

Very nice photo! Love the setting.

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