In a not-so-busy evening, I visited the country’s national park – the Rizal Park – after few years, and I couldn’t remember when was my last visit.
Rizal Park or Luneta was a famous hangout place – no, I mean – a practice place during our early years in college. It was the witness on how we drafted the plays for Panitikan and how we created the steps for the short performances in college or department assemblies. If you went to any of the neighboring schools, you could relate to it.
I took a random stroll to rethink some important personal issues (this is definitely not an identity crisis). Yes – I usually take a long walk to re-assess my current situation and clear out some perplexities.
Why in Luneta? Well, it follows a safe trail to Baywalk in Roxas Boulevard and Harbour Square in CCP Complex. From there, I’ll board a jeepney going home to Pasay.
Going back to this Shutter feature, The peacock fountain or should I say, the peacock tail-looking fountain is one of the highlights of the Luneta Park’s Dancing Fountain Show. This distracted my solemn moment of contemplation so I featured its photos.
I walked further that night along Roxas Boulevard and was able to capture a good street picture (according to my own judgement so don’t try to oppose me (^_^)).