Jose Rizal Monument





Jose Rizal Monument


I feel a bit patriotic today, mainly because of the problems our country is facing these past days. Independence and democracy has always been a big thing for Filipinos, the reason why Jose Rizal was executed on this spot where this monument is standing, but until now I feel our country is still struggling to have. For a bit more on the history of this monument you can read here

Notice also the first appearance of the Philippine flag on my blog. Will create another post on that.

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11 Comments:

At 3/02/2006 01:24:00 PM, Blogger Lisi said...

Hi Ann, out of concern I have always wanted to ask how you're doing these days. How your daily life is going on, glad that you were out taking this photo so things are better now, I hope.

 
At 3/02/2006 02:30:00 PM, Blogger Rodney said...

Ann,

I hope everything is Ok there in the Philippines. I hear they will lift the state of emergency soon. I hope so. Anyway, nice shot and also I have changed my blog name from
http://ocdailyphoto.blogspot.com to
http://alisoviejodailyphoto.blogspot.com if you can change your link I would appreciate it.

Rodney

 
At 3/02/2006 03:10:00 PM, Blogger midnitebara said...

our country has been on the news here in Japan lately. stampede, mudslide and now~~~~~~~~~, hahhhh!I cant feel the tension coz Im not there, but of course Im concerned. Hope things will be better soon.

 
At 3/02/2006 03:27:00 PM, Blogger Anne said...

Hi you guys! Thanks for all the concern. I feel that the turmoil is still there, i can't say that everything is back to normal now. But atleast it's already starting to show some signs of improvement. there are already talks of lifting the state of emergency declaration, the rallies have already subsided, classes are now back to normal.

But I know the opposition has not yet given up on trying to destabilize the government, and until they do I don't think things will go back to normal. Many are still clamoring that our president resign but I don't think that's the solution, sadly I think she is still in the best position to lead this country.

 
At 3/02/2006 03:28:00 PM, Blogger Anne said...

Hi Rodney...already added you to my links! :)

 
At 3/02/2006 06:41:00 PM, Blogger Rob said...

Hi anne

interesting bit of history

 
At 3/02/2006 07:09:00 PM, Blogger Citizen of the World said...

Hi. It's my first time to visit your photoblog. Wonderful photos and insightful comments to go with them. Cheers!

 
At 3/02/2006 09:08:00 PM, Blogger Sidney said...

Great symbolism !

 
At 3/02/2006 11:54:00 PM, Anonymous Abraham Lincoln said...

You should go to Sendaiphoto.com in Sendai, Japan. I was there in the 1950s and enjoyed it. This man does some wonderful photography in his city.

My Japanese website is at
http://www.sendai-shi.com/ and features the photos we took from 1953 thru 1956.

You are making an important record. You should also photograph the oldest parts of the city and the oldest buildings as those will disappear one day and only your photographs will be left.

 
At 3/03/2006 04:29:00 AM, Blogger Kelly said...

Two things:
1. You've been smacked
2. Check out my photography.

 
At 3/05/2006 04:57:00 AM, Blogger Johnny Jazz said...

Nice image. Like the composition. What an unusual momument, like nothing I've ever seen.

Great blog by the way. What a beautiful city.

 

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