It's not your computer screen, it's my dirty windshield. The frequent drizzles combined with dust and fumes make for a grimy windshield. I took these photos through my windshield in a slow-moving traffic at EDSA on Saturday afternoon. This is going south to Makati City at the approach of the Rockwell flyover. The Rockwell Center is a former thermal plant site that was converted into an upscale high-rise residential apartments, offices and a shopping mall.
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when i first heard about powerplant i was intrigued checked out why the name. it's one of the beautiful developing area which im looking forward to see as it expands its area.
Looks like your traffic jams are as bad as ours! And that's what you call a dirty windshield? Lol, come and try my winter one!
I wouldn’t want to be driving very fast going around the curve in this bridge. It is really neat and fascination to study. Looks like you all are recycling old building just as we are here in the states. HSB.
Looks like a traffic jam under the bridge.
A very city shot. THanks for sharing. Have a nice week.
How cool that they redeveloped the area :-) Your windshield doesn't loo anywhere near as dirty as mine!
i can't get used to the edsa traffic. grabe, namitig legs ko lala na sa bandang magallanes. aargh.
I like the curves of this bridge. One good thing about slow traffic is you can take photos!
Manila is one big busy place. Traffic is bad. Anyway, this are interesting photos of the bridge. :)
I see you make the best out of traffic !
I don't get out enough, just have to live through your blog to see these wonderful bridges.
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