August 11, 2009

It's in the details

From the glass and concrete of the Glorietta area, we are now on the footbridge crossing Makati Avenue into the warmth and lushness of Greenbelt, still a part of the Ayala Commercial Center. This is the driveway and bridge between Greenbelt 4 (the building on the right) and Greenbelt 3 (off the picture to the left). I already posted photos of Greenbelt 2 and Greenbelt 5 in the past. Don't you just love that bridge and stairwell?

driveway, bridge and stairwell between Greenbelt 3 and 4

28 comments:

James said...

I can't stop looking at those round bushes, going from small to big.

Ursel said...

Amazing architecture! I like the composition of the picture too.

Don said...

Love the design. All the parallel lines and such. I'm a Frank Lloyd Wright nut so that type of architecture always pleases my eye. Good post Hilda.

Jacob said...

Once more, I'm dazzled by the design and light and sheer beauty of the places you've shown us lately. Quite different than anything I've seen in Florida or elsewhere in the States.

A great composition, Hilda!

Chin said...

good design! good area! good series!
i love it.

Leif Hagen said...

I love the green landscaping and shaped shrubs! Nice composition!

Dina said...

I do, I love it. So unusual.

Glennis said...

Really amazing, both the bridge/stairwell and the garden with its carefully tended round balls of bush.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

very cool architecture. I like the golden light shining through. It adds pizzazz. Thanks for all of your comments on my site about the solar eclipse photos. I am glad you enjoyed them and I am sure your dad and most would love this cruise unless you get motion sickness. It was a special trip. Also, if you like travel photos, we just put together a travel photo site at www.vivalavoyage.com. We have India photos posted and will put up new travel photos each Sunday. TTYL

the donG said...

i pass by that area once a week. one of the best place to stroll.

Olivier said...

c'est bien gardé ;) j'aime bien la lumiére sur l'immeuble.
it is kept well ;) I like light well on the building.

Pam said...

It looks like a wonderful building made of a stack sticks. It is a beautiful footbridge, Hilda.

arabesque said...

wow! your shot was amazing...
i have to say it really looks classy...love your makati series esp. the legoland edifice, i tried to get a closer shot of it also while i was driving but end up getting the word "THE LIN" instead of "THE LINK"...poor me...
^-^

Priyanka Khot said...

I do love it. It is so articulate. Love does show in details. Just can't imagine how they would keep it clean.

Vogon Poet said...

You are right about the bridge and the stairwell: they are unusual and beautiful. The people behind this project know how to do things well.
Love the bushes!

George said...

I'm very impressed with the beauty of this part of your city. I really like the architecture and the plantings.

Lois said...

Yes I do love the bridge and stairwell Hilda! I would love to be standing inside of the stairwell looking out.

Halcyon said...

This is a really cool design! Love it.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello sweet Hilda!
This is a neat place indeed and your picture and all lights are perfect!
I miss you dear friend!
Everything in our Loooong weekend was perfect and thanks so much for support us!
Hugs
Léia

JM said...

That's fantastic! And I also love the trimmed bushes!

Rob said...

Good architecture, kind of... earthbound. I really really like it.

Dina said...

Don't miss your name and mine on the church graffiti slab I posted today. It's funny.

marley said...

It really is nicely designed!

Kaori said...

The design is beautiful! I like how it's lit up too :)

MsRay said...

I miss going around Greenbelt. Your pictures have made me homesick.

Autumn Belle @ KDP said...

A beautiful building in a very clean environment, matched with well-manicured greenery. Wonderful!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Wonderful architecture, enchanting urban scenery. It looks pretty new. Like the nice green contrast, too.

Kim said...

It is all so attractive, and I love seeing the people in the light in your photo, enjoying these structures. This looks like a magazine shot Hilda! Great job.