Weekly Photo Challenge: Up


(7.2009 - Makati City) This picture is quite historic for me because it is the "first" photograph of my old Kodak C-813.

“UP”

Up the window of my boss’ cubicle

I took this angle …

Until the theme, up, of the weekly photo challenge came

And this photograph was not put in vain.

PS: Kodak C-813

22 Comments Add yours

  1. cocomino says:

    Good job.Great buildings and sky.They match well.:)

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      That’s what I always see in front of our office, cocomino. Thanks for liking it!

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  2. ramoncito17 says:

    Very geometric.! Nice clear day too which is sometimes rare!

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Didn’t even realize the geometric thing, Ramon. I appreciate that comment of yours. And, yeah, it was a nice clear day which is rare especially in times like this in the Philippines where typhoon season is at it’s peak.

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  3. thirdhandart says:

    Nice photo! I like the composition.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Thanks … Although I thought the composition is flimsy 🙂

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  4. siggiofmaine says:

    I have a photo I’d like to share for “UP”…it is at

    http://www.siggiofmaine.wordpress.com

    I could not figure out how to add this to the blog for the Challenge.
    ☮ Siggi in Downeast Maine

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      I’ve seen the entry and like I said there, it really made me reminisce how I savored the beauty of clouds before – which is my first favorite subject in photography.

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  5. Makati has some of the most stunning buildings and you definitely captured them . Awesome picture.

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Salamat, island traveler! I would have bothered capturing buildings around Makati that are way stunning, but I guess the sentimental value of this first photo was strong enough to stop me. Hehe …

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  6. Ben says:

    So you work inside in a skyscraper? That’s neat. :]

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      I’m working in the Office of the Solicitor General – the country’s law firm. Our window glass happens to be newly-cleaned that day so that explains the clear view. Thanks for dropping by, Ben.

      p.s.

      Would you consider a seven-story building as a skyscraper?

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      1. Ben says:

        I guess not. Skyscraper, Wikipedia suggests, has at least 10 floors or so I read. XD

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      2. Sony Fugaban says:

        Thanks for enlightening me, Ben! Now I know …

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  7. Great photo, Sony. Your buildings look very tall, too. What a beautiful day to capture them. Thanks for visiting my site, and the pingback. 🙂

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      As I always say, the pleasure is mine. More so, when I’m being visited by the recipients of those pingbacks. THANK YOU!

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  8. aRVee says:

    With your entry, now I know I missed Makati …

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      So you used to work here … H’m … I wonder what brought you back there. Ah, I got it. The way you blog about your beautiful place called Mandaue, I bet that explains it all. By the way, I’m glad I made you miss Makati City. Thanks for the visit, aRvee!

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      1. aRVee says:

        Hmmm, if you could read my About me page it explains it all… Yeah I miss Makati stayed there for almost 2 months way back February 2004 (but I’ve been to Manila last November, and also last December to spent Christmas and New Year with my sis and her family in Marikina)

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    2. Sony Fugaban says:

      I did read that page and yeah, I now know.

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  9. john tugano says:

    Hi Bro.. I’m back..

    Nicely shot with a very good angling.I thought it was taken sa ibang bansa..
    I like the bluish background and the manner it was shot..ang galing naman ibig sabihin kaharap lang to ng Company nyo..hehehe

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    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Di nga? Hehe … Dios mabalos nonetheless, bro, and welcome back!

      By the way, why can’t I post a comment on your blog since you changed its theme? I’ve been posting more than 50 comments 🙂 since the last time but they can’t really penetrate. I hope you could read this as soon as possible and that the reason is purely technical.

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