Thursday, April 9, 2009

Town Shootout: Main Street

Yay, it's that time of the week again, Friday Town Shootouts! Before you continue, read this! I actually feature 3 neighborhoods as I always end up going from one end of a certain district to another so yes, I consider the 3 neighborhoods my 'Town'. Here in the Philippines, we don't really use the word town to describe certain locations. Either it's a city, municipality or a province. I live in the capital which is Manila, so I'm going to show you the 3 neighborhoods which I consider my 'Town'. Wait, isn't that a little cheating? LOL. I'm going to show you the best of Manila anyway.

We also don't have 'Main' Streets in here but I understand it's like the busiest and the most important street in a certain place. We sort of have many 'main' streets in here.

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That's the Sta. Ana Church in the left and a Police Station beside it. Didn't get a good shot because I can't take my camera out for too long. Someone might snatch it LOL.

Sta.Ana busy Market. I always see the old woman on the right side. A year ago she was selling biscuits now she's only selling cigarettes. Poor lady! May God bless her; she doesn't deserve to work anymore.

Another busy street in Sta. Ana. That is an old school converted to businesses. The tricycles you see here wait all day under the blazing sun.

This is a sidewalk in one of Paco's many main streets. Vendors almost always block the sidewalk, giving little space for pedestrians who are going to cross the streets.

Now we go to Makati. This photo was taken in Makati Ave., one of Makati's many busy and 'main' streets. People almost always encounter traffic in here.

This is not a main street but I just wanted to show this to you guys to give you an idea of the neighborhoods around Manila. The people are always scattered in the roads LOL, tangled wires and vehicles just parked any where people feel like it.

This is one of Makati's extravagant Malls, probably the most popular, Glorietta. This is where I usually go to hang out with friends, watch movies, etc.

Another busy street in Makati.

One busy and important street in Makati. There's the Post Office, a nearby Police and Fire Station which we can't see in this photo, various schools and Call Centers are situated in here. I think this is Gil Puyat Street. Or maybe Avenue? LOL.

Quite a sight in the middle of an intersection in Makati. The Manila Peninsula owns this 'landmark'.

Hope you guys enjoyed as much as I did! Do come to Manila, Philippines, we're probably the friendliest country in all of Southeast Asia. Beat that other Southeast Asian countries! :P Just kidding, haha.

Much Love,

P.S. It's already 2AM in here, I'll edit this post when I wake up in the morning LOL. I have to put in links to the participants.


shadowmoon said...

Nice photos.
Though it says this was posted on Thursday I don't know from which timezone we're talking about so I guess it's not the one you're in right now.
Philippine, Manila. Looks like a nice place to visit.
I don't know about living but for tourism it looks interesting enough for me.
I think I would feel at home. Here there are also some streets packed with vendors blocking the sidewalk, people almost harassing you trying to persuade you to buy and all that. You need to know how to act :P

And I see there're some strong contrast between pictures. In one picture we see a street only with houses, packed everywhere with vendors, cars and people while on the other we see a beautiful Mall, well built and all shiny shiny.

I would say that the neighborhoods you pictured here suffered from a huge population expansion in a short span of time right? And due to that the city couldn't accompany the growth rate.

At least that's how many cities developed here in my country.
There are some parts that are quite organized but there are many others that are completely disorganized with a maze of streets.

And I do understand what you mean by someone snatching your camera. That could happen here too that's why I don't go out taking pictures, unless I had a less expensive camera. Maybe a disposable camera? I don't think there a disposable digital camera yet...too bad.

Oh, btw, I think I never told where I live right? I thought I was going to post that info in some post in my blog but I ended not doing up until now. Well, since I don't think I'm going to do so in the near future I think it's all right to tell you here that I live in Brazil.

Butler and Bagman said...

I'd love to come to Manila. Great photos.

Lu' said...

Cool pics I enjoyed seeing them. Best one for me was the landmark view. Very different from my little neck of the woods in Central Pennsylvania. Well I am only a few miles From Harrisburg the Capital. Have a nice weekend HC :)

Jay said...

I think the Philippines would be a really fascinating place to visit. Thanks for sharing these pics. It looks like a fun place.

jackc50 said...

interesting city in which you live, alot of people in manila?whats the best way to get around? thanks for sharing, take good care, jack c

zman said...

Your photography brings it too life for people that have never have an outstanding you live in manila...Zman sends

Jen said...

I've always wondered how it would be to travel to the Philippines! It seems like a great visit! I enjoyed your photos - it's very different from my Longhorn City. We don't have vendors (maybe one or 2 selling food) and we are not allowed to park wherever we feel like it. That would be awesome; though, our vehicles would be gone when we came back to get them. Also, the pedestrians have the right-a-way here. Cars are supposed to stop and let them pass if they're in the correct cross-walk. . .

Such a different world! Fascinating!

John said...

Wow that's a great post with some striking pictures. Like Shadowmoon said, there is some real start contrast going on. Those Sta.Ana scenes are fascinating. You really captured the moment. Great job, and I'm glad you didn't get your camera ripped off!

The Makati pics are really nice, especially the last one, which reminded me of something you would see on the Las Vegas strip. I hope your readers will click on that pic especially to really appreciate the beauty and detail. If you just glance at that pic, you might think it is steps instead of the waterfalls!

Well it is raining here and is forecasted to rain again tomorrow (Friday), so I'm afraid I won't get to participate in the Town Shootout. I know I should not have waited until the last minute!

Thanks for sharing so much. I really enjoyed it.

Midlife, menopause, mistakes and random stuff... said...

What wonderful snaps girl...bravo and well done!!
I loved touring the town of Manila through your eyes and lens. What a great interpretation you have of life in your city posted here.
You're awesome.
(Geez, that number 1 comment was quite the critic huh?? Are they posting Friday Shoot-Outs or just doing some general telling you how to do Friday Shoot-Out's???. WOW right?).

Steady On
Reggie Girl

Mike Foster said...

Wow, looks like you have a mix of just about everything there: good, bad, and indifferent. Enjoy your weekend.


Garando said...

I work somewhere in Makati so some of those streets are very familiar. Have to endure Makati Avenue traffic every day! Looking at the angle of your shot, I'm guessing you took that photo from the 2nd floor of Jollibee? :D tama ba?

Patty said...

Lately, I have been thinking about packing my bags and taking another trip to Southeast Asia. Your photos really make me more determined.

I have been in traffic like that in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Bangladesh. It is a headache, but it makes you feel alive.

Having shot people on assignments like the woman selling the cigs, I can relate to her. I always felt so sorry for those people. If I could have, I would have taken them all in my arms and brought them home with me.

I have never forgotten a face like that, and I always wonder how those people are doing, and if they are still alive. I would love to send her something. Would it make it through customs.

On a lighter note, it was fun walking around your town with you. You balanced the assignment perfectly, showing both sides of the Philippines. You have some beautiful streets.

Patty said...

PS: Next weeks assignment is local foods, restaurants, bars, food vendors. That should be easy for you. We are a tiny town. I am really going to have to improvise next week!

HalfCrazy said...

@Shadowmoon - I posted this on Friday 2AM. Since we're on the Eastern side of the world, we're ahead than most countries. :P We're actually a pretty diverse country. You see squatters in certain areas and rich people living in the most expensive subdivisions. Since I live in the capital, people from all over the country flock here to find jobs and to feel the city life. And yes, a lot of people live in Manila so every time people walk down the streets, they're elbow to elbow haha! If you want to take pictures, might as well ride a car and fire away from the windows, haha! Cool that you live in Brazil. If I'm not mistaken the capital is Brasilia, right?

@B&B - You should! The provinces are much more beautiful, you'll just see city life and chaos in Manila, haha!

@Lu - The 'landmark' view is much more awesome when you really stand in front of it! Not to mention the Manila Peninsula Hotel, the one owning the pretty architecture. You have a nice weekend too! :)

@Jay - When you get to Southeast Asia, you gotta go to the Philippines for more diversity and friendly people. :P

@Jackc50 - Yes, a lot of people do live in Manila. We're so crowded in here, there are no lands to be bought! :P The best way to go around in Manila? By the usual transportation, Jeepneys. There are a lot of 'em in here. Of course there are Trains too!

rica said...

Hi, HalfCrazy-san!

I'm posting this comment from an office building near the Makati Post Office now.:O (Yup! No holiday!)

I've wanted to take those kinds of photos, such as tricycles or retailers on the street, but always hesitate to take... I’ll try next time!

By the way, one of my favorite movies is Gone with the Wind too and I was dreaming of wearing a fancy dress and dancing at a ball when I was in my early twenties. But I’m not dreaming anymore… I get old enough…

HalfCrazy said...

@Zman - I'll have more pictures for the next Town Shootout, I promise to be the windows for people who might not reach this place LOL.

@Jen - If you think Manila is better, wait til you see the provinces not THAT affected by the city life! It's very interesting to know how different countries are from each other around the globe! This is another interesting fact: vendors almost always sell Pirated DVDs. Beat that haha!

@John - My camera is brand new, the one I posted before, my Dad already gave it to me, haha! I love capturing the moment - good thing the people didn't look when I was taking photos of them or else that would be corny! I love to capture realism! Good thing you clicked the photo, it's one of the best architectures you would see around Manila! There was one time an Artist held a concert on top of those stairs LOL. I don't know what she was thinking but it was awesome! I say try to participate in the next town Shootout! I don't know if it will be easy for you but here's the topic: local foods, restaurants, bars, food vendors. I remembered you live in a farm!

@Reggie Girl - Haha, thanks for all the kind words, I always love hearing from you! You would see more of Manila, and I'll make you guys drool until you come around in here, haha!

@Mike - Yes, and I just love that diversity!

HalfCrazy said...

@Garando - I didn't know you work in Makati. Now I do. :P I took the photo from the 2nd floor of McDo while waiting for our orders, haha! Sa kabilang wall yung Jollibee! Haha! Nung nag-aaral ako sa Mapua Makati sa Makati Ave. kami kumakain tapos laging traffic, nag tataxi nalang kami para makadaan sa ibang kalye LOL tamad!

@Patty - Wow, you've been in many countries in Asia, I envy you, Ms. Patty! Maybe those countries are much cleaner than the Philippines or almost the same but try to hop on a plane and get here, haha! You have a golden heart, Ms. Patty. I was thinking of buying all her cigs but I don't know what to do with that, haha! Last year I asked my Mom to buy loads of biscuits from her. Mom said the old lady was too happy and was like, "Thank God!" Heartbreaking. All it takes are simple things do make them happy! I wonder where their kids, friends and relatives are. It's really hard to forget faces that you know have suffered so much. Now I think I'm all teary-eyed LOL, I'm excited for next week's assignment. Why don't you feature other parts of Maryland but still focusing more on Crisfield!

@Rica - Hi Ms. Rica! Oh, that sucks, having to work, I thought walang pasok hanggang Black Saturday LOL. Nakakatakot mag take ng pictures sa labas kasi. Marami pa akong gustong kunan pero baka biglang may mang snatch talaga! Dami pa akong gustong ipakita sa Maynila eh! Yay glad that you love Gone With The Wind too! I also would like to experience balls and wearing fancy dresses! Sayang! :(

Shey said...

Yay! I worked in Makati before, so Glorietta and Manila Peninsula are very familiar sites. I have the same photo of the cascading waterfall. Love it!

Thanks for bringing back fond memories!

HalfCrazy said...

Haha aww, would you visit Manila again? I remember the time the waterfalls was new, everyone was saying it was marvelous. Now no one seems to mind already, haha! It's just a nice distraction on the road.

shadowmoon said...

People get used to things and start not giving any more attention. That's pretty common thing.
I, for sure, don't give proper credit to many things (buildings, monuments and others) in my city because I seem them everyday and I also believe I'll be able to see it "tomorrow so why care?"

That's why I think it's so hard to help tourists. They want to see the hot spots from my city but I don't even KNOW which spots are these. I don't know what people would like to see...unfortunately I'm not a tourist in my own city.

And yes, you're right, Brasilia is the capital of Brazil. At least the political capital. The economical capital would be the megalopolis São Paulo/Rio de Janeiro. I have seen many foreign saying that Rio or São Paulo is the capital of Brazil...I think it's the same as saying that Sydney is the capital of Australia....people only know about the most important city of the country which may or may not be the political capital.

HalfCrazy said...

Yes Shadowmoon, people do get old real quick! It's also the same when a friend goes away. Really sad at first but gets used to it after a few months.

I was about to say Rio De Janeiro, it might actually be the only place I know in Brazil. And then I remember reading a blog back then about Brasilia being the capital and almost every building seems modernized!

Barry said...

Terrific mixture of the old and the new. Manila looks like an exciting place to live! Your photos are alive with character!

Paige said...

nice pcitures... and where's the university belt? where all the students are? lol hehehe

Veronica said...

Oh, this was GOOD - loved 'walking' around your streets and seeing the people, buildings and the traffic - have to put Manila on my list of places that I have to visit one day!! Thanks for sharing. Warm wishes to you (thanks also for visiting and for your nice comments too!), Vxx

GingerV said...

you and I both have the extreme poor versus the richer - their lives are miles apart and to my total frustration the rich make no real effort to improve the lives of the poor - it is like they need them to show their higher status....
okay so not the point.
Your photos show this contrast and I loved them

Louise said...

Such a busy and colorful place!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi There, What a neat blog!!!!! I have enjoyed seeing Manila through your eyes and camera. Thanks so much!!!

Thanks also for visiting my blog. I hope you will come back often.


Missy said...

Thanks for sharing your photos, I haven't been to Sta. Ana before and first time to see Sta. Ana church too. I've never been to Manila Peninsula....waa I have to go visit Manila again hehehe. I usually spend my visit in QC and I'm not familiar in Manila.

It was funny when you said about the camera that it might get snatch hahaha, really true. Now I miss Philippines na, it's been almost a year since I last visited my relatives but seems like 2 years long.

Elaine Dale said...

I nice to see a place that's SO different from my main street. Great job.

HalfCrazy said...

@Barry - I really wish I could show more! If only I have a car, I'll drive to the places I want you guys to see through my lens! :)

@Paige - Yun nga maganda sana eh. Kaso pag naglabas ako ng camera dun patay na! Super busy pa naman dun banda. Sa Mendiola okay lang sana kaso trapik pumunta dun eh, hahaha!

@Veronica - Oh yes you should! Even if sunny days are literally just like Hell in here, hahaha! But Manila is awesome, so is the rest of the country. I always love your posts! :)

@Ginger - Ooh, so we have the same, huh? Glad to know it's not only the Philippines. The rich gets richer, the poor gets poorer - not a good society but still thriving for some reason - just not united.

@Louise - Thanks, busy indeed.

Monkey Wrench said...

Your town shootouts are always a pleasure to see. the pictures contain a real element, a raw husk of what urban and suburban life is like. I enjoy them immensely.

You are an artist.


HalfCrazy said...

@Betsy from Tenessee - Glad you enjoyed, I try to make it a point for my readers to enjoy my blogs. Sometimes I fail, though LOL. I'll try to come to your blog often, Ms. Betsy! :)

@Missy - I've never been in QC. Okay maybe I've been there, something to do with the NSO some parties here and there but a hassle to go there! I once stayed in the Manila Peninsula, before the kudeta if you remember that. Their rooms look awesome and their reception is just majestic. Try to visit again sometime.

@Elaine - Haha, glad to know you enjoyed! Here in Manila, we offer diversity.

@Wrench - Thanks, that's what I'm aiming for, to see the diversity in a community. Unfortunately I can't show the worst of the worst of the poor and the best of the rich. That would be awesome, I think. But I think Anarchists would dig it here, hahaha!

Mark said...

Thanks for the photo tour! Looks like an interesting place on many levels.

shadowmoon said...

You can't show the best here otherwise people won't want to see it anymore. You need to keep the best for us to see it in person right? :)
And, at least me, want something to discover when I visit your city so show just part of it ok?

You don't need to go so far to show us the beauties of Philippines right? There's beauty everywhere and it's only up to you to be able to capture the beauty of the most simple things in your surrounding. That's the magic that cameras can provide. It can make beauty flourish from the most simple and mundane things.

About people forgetting or not paying attention to things we see or are used, I think it may look like something bad or even a cold attitude but I'm actually glad that we have the power to get used to things. I believe that otherwise our lives would be a complete depression since many wouldn't be able to bear sad changes in their lives.

Papa and Mema said...

Thank you for the obvious, youthful enthusiasm that makes you a very unigue youn lady. Your shots show great insight and I also enjoyed your commentary. The closest I've come to Manila is the time I mailed a Manila envelope. How could I stoop so low and make a lame joke like that?
Walk With Faith! Gordon

HalfCrazy said...

@Mark - Here in Manila, we will satisfy whatever you want to see, hahaha!

@Shadowmoon - I'm just gonna show photos of the best ones - of course it's different when you actually get to see it personally and say, "It looks so much better than on photo!". And we're humans, we will survive anything, hahaha!

@Papa and Mema - Thanks, your words flatter me, hahaha! That's not a lame joke, it's actually the first thing I laughed at today!

Faisal Admar said...

i like the picture... "another busy road in makati"

very unique!

i love your new header too!!! :D

HalfCrazy said...

Yeah, I like that too, that's probably the best shot out there, hahaha! The rest are angled stupidly LOL. I made it my desktop background.

rica said...

Hi, HalfCrazy-san!

Thank you for your response but I can't understand half of the comment cuz Ako si Hapones???(I'm Japanese.) :P Hehe...

Raft3r said...

grabe, ano
makikita mo talaga yun contrast ng buhay sa pinas sa pix mo

Dennis Villegas said...

Wow nice collection of street shots you have here! I really like the way you travelled across Manila to get these pictures. Quite impressive.

I feel sad for the Lola who still has to work for a living. So sad. Hay naku kakaawa. I hope she gets retirement benefits.

Thanks for sharing these nice pictures!

Faisal Admar said...

hmm i realize you are not a flogger hehe! would you like to be one?

david santos said...

Really beautiful space!!!
Fantastic picturs. Happy day!!!

HalfCrazy said...

@Rica - OMG I'm sorry LOL. Okay what I said was, "Oh that sucks having to work, I thought people don't have to work until Black Saturday LOL. It's scary to take pictures outside because someone might snatch my camera. I want to take more pictures because I want people to see more of Manila!" - okay, that's the English Translation for it LOL. Sorry I thought you understand Tagalog LOL.

@Raft3r - Oo, astigin nga eh. Mas maganda kung yung mga squatters lols.

@Dennis - Thanks but your photos are more impressive! I didn't travel for this, I just happen to pass by the place when we're on our way to Makati LOL.

@Faisal - What's a Flogger LOL.

@David Santos - Thanks, a happy day to you too.

buffalodick said...

Thanks for a glimpse into another country!

Loida of the 2L3B's said...

Dearest Halfcrazy,
Thanks sooooo much! We miss the Makati Ave where the fun always starts.. My husband and our friends used to hang out in there and watch the famous bands perform live way back then The most recent is our bar hopping trip to the Handle Bar last year. My other most favourite is the Barrio Fiesta along this area. Congrats to you. Please keep it up, make them all come to our country.. They would surely love it..! You're such a cool girl. Take care always and have a happy Easter with your family.

leafless said...

Thanks for the tour. What a lovely place! You were able to capture the whole scope of your town in only a few photos. Great job!

Sidney said...

Sure...Metro Manila is quite an exciting place to live in :-)
Love it here!
I guess it is quite difficult to show a city of 10 million people (or more) in a few images.
Good job !

Anonymous said...

very busy pictures! i think i enjoyed the ones in sta.ana more than the ones in makati LOL

Faisal Admar said...

picture and blogging about food.

next post?

Kris said...
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Kris said...

you're from Sta. Ana? I was born there. Anyway, great photos! Would there be any chance that we could get together for a shoot out? haha! I just thought that would be fun.

I never had the courage to take photos at the streets because I only have one and this is my first camera.

Did you hide somewhere when you took the second and the third photo? because there are shadows at the sides of the image. haha! just kidding.

take care and have a great day!

HalfCrazy said...

@BUFFALODICK - My pleasure. If you come back every Friday, I'll serve you with Manila goodness LOL.

@LOIDA - Oh yeah, there are a lot of clubs in here! Along Jupiter Street and the little Malate! Haven't entered any of the clubs there, though, LOL. I would make them come, I'll promote Tourism LOL.

@LEAFLESS - Yeah, I really would have snapped some more.

@SIDNEY - Yes, it is difficult! Especially when you go around and someone might snatch your camera. I'm sure you're aware of that LOL.

@PRINSESAMUSANG - Yeah, ang boring ng Makati with all the buildings and the city life thing, ahahaha!

HalfCrazy said...

@FAISAL - Oh sure, is there a set day for it every week or I can just post randomly? Thanks for the invite!

@KRIS - Yeah, that would be fun but I'm not really a Photographer with a rocking DSLR LOL. The second photo I took from a Pedicab while waiting for my Mom to buy vegetables LOL. The third photo we were in a Bank! So yes, I kind of hid in a corner LOL.

Kris said...

I don't have a DSLR either.. I'm just using a budget Canon camera.. =)

anyway, how do I join the Friday photo shoot? and how will I know what will be the next concept?

Thanks for stopping by my blog..


HalfCrazy said...

That is still a professional camera, I assume! I only have a Digital Camera LOL. I left the stuff to follow in your blog. Glad to know you are joining us!

Faisal Admar said...

hmm. each post got period of time? :P

Ron Centeno said...

Nice photos Half Crazy! Nice photo journalistic approach.

I would like to thank you for your continued support. Have something for you on my site.

Here's the link:

Kris said...

Nahh.. It's just an ordinary digital camera.. Point and shoot.. nothing fancy.. it's the cheapest that I found at yun lang din ang kasya sa budget ko.. =)


HalfCrazy said...

@FAISAL - Yes, you guessed it! Each post will remain for 2 or 3 days. I'll have a new post up tomorrow with some Flogging, maybe? I don't need to write down the procedures and ingredients right? LOL.

@RON - Thanks, I'll figure out a way for it to be posted on my site LOL.

@Kris - Oh okay, I thought it's one of those professional cameras everybody is using in these parts LOL. I use that kind of point and shoot camera too. 8MP, nothing very spectacular but enough for now, I guess.

Faisal Admar said...

haha. whats in the menu? ;)

HalfCrazy said...

What's for next post, you mean? I don't know really, I'm debating on a Lent post or appreciating the recent awards given to me and Flogger LOL.

Faisal Admar said...

hehe i want to know special recipe from manila! :D

BlogusVox said...

Those pictures reminds me of my college days. I used to pass by a lot in Paco going to school. Lagari din ako sa Makati when I was still in SGV-I/ACT and I used to live near sta.ana race track malapit sa andoks. : )

Marites said...

quite interesting post you got here:) I've seen some parts of Manila that you've shown and the comments about the extremity of conditions in Manila is quite clear. As we say, only in the Philippines.

caryn said...

hahaha! i'm also hesitant to take out my camera in manila---for the same reason as you ;-) lots of my photos are from the car. hahaha!

HalfCrazy said...

@FAISAL - I don't know how to cook and my Mom doesn't have much time for it LOL.

@BLOGUSVOX - Haha if you used to pass by Paco, you probably experienced the traffic. Cool, malapit lang dito yung race tracks, dun pa ako sa M. Roxas banda. Glad to know you lived there!

@MARITES - Yes indeed, only in the Philippines. But you know what, I still love everything about it! Come back every Friday to see more of Manila.

@CARYN - Exactly, I take photos when I'm in a vehicle but never sa gitna ng kalye LOL.

cottage farm villa (cottagecharm) said...

Oh my...thank you for the tour so that I may see where you live. I enjoyed it.

Garando said...
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J9 said...

I like the view of your "town", i tbrings a better sense of place and people than some slick travel brochure.

khengsiong said...

I do know that many Malaysians visit the idyllic island of the Philippines, but not Manila.

Ebie (The Main-Ingredient) said...

You are my virtual tour guide, HalfCrazy!

L. Venkata Subramaniam said...

You are very observant. The old lady is very hardworking. Perhaps she doesnt deserve to work, but sometimes it is just nice to have a purpose in life. In this case she seems to have the purpose and the enthusiasm.

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