Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Spider rock [Watery and Outdoor Wednesday]

@ mirandablue
I don't know that this unique water feature is called---people call it Spider Rock because the silhouette does look like a giant spider.  Water leaks from the "rock" suspended about 20 feet high and falls into the drain below.  The "rock" is supported by three steel legs.  This water feature is located at an open-air activity park in Bonifacio High Street.

@ mirandablue




23 comments:

Jidhu Jose said...

nice shots

Genie said...

Luna,,,This sculpture/rock is amazing. I am thinking the posts from which it is suspended must be pretty hefty and able to carry a lot of weight. The coloration in this shot is beautiful, and I bet it is even more impressive when you are standing below it and looking up. You certainly did a fine job with this shot.

Sidney said...

I like the creative composition.
By the way, quite a nice statue.

indicaspecies said...

Good to know about the spider rock, thanks for sharing.

jeannette said...

Amazing and intriguing sculpture -and you took a great shot of it!

Photo Cache said...

that is simply genius. love it.

RNSANE said...

Very interesting! I imagine, on some of your steamy hot days in the Philippines, you'd like to stand underneath that fountain!!

lotusleaf said...

Looks mysterious!

Mylene said...

I love the way the water drops!

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AL said...

Ah ganun ba yun? I've been thinking about it's concept...muntik na akong magshower dun.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I've never seen anything like this before!


FANCY THAT!

A hunter of all kinds of water
Had neither a son nor a daughter;
But ocean and sea
Provided such glee—
He fancied adopting an otter!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher


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Lina Gustina said...

It's really unique and interesting!
I think spider rock is a proper name :)

Thanks for dropping by, Luna

dong ho said...

it is also one of the most photographed artistic structure there.

Ebie said...

A nice place to hang out to refresh in the summer heat.

I agree it is a unique sculpture!

momgen said...

It looks pretty. Happy WW!

Mine is here

Y. Ikeda said...

Wow, that looks very interesting and I like the name!
Thanks for sharing.
Yoshi

Cildemer said...

Amazing! A great entry for WW!
Thanks for sharing your beautiful pics;o)

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Happy Watery Wednesday****

Kim, USA said...

My first time to see like this, awesome!
Watery Wednesday

Honey at 2805 said...

Such interesting pictures, and nice and warm where you are. My sunbathing chaises are again covered in ice and snow. May call for another picture.

DoanLegacy said...

Beautiful night shots!

Donnie said...

That is really cool. Great photos.

eden said...

It is beautiful. Lovely shots.

Linnea said...

That's really interesting...never seen anything like it! Thanks for stopping by...