December 27, 2009

Nothing extraordinary

The atrium of SM City Marikina looks great from the inside, but from the outside, it looks like any other SM mall.

SM City Marikina


Calling all City Daily Photo bloggers! In the past, the theme for the first day of the new year had traditionally been the best of the year past. But because of some slight confusion in a discussion a month ago, our theme for January 1 is now Changes. There are currently two polls in the forum too, and I would like to request all of you to please vote. One is asking when we would like to have the Best of 2009 theme, and the poll closes on Sunday, December 27, 11:46am (a U.S. time zone but I don't know which one), so it's kind of urgent. The other poll is for the February 1 theme, assuming that February 1 will not be our Best of 2009 day. Please vote and spread the word!

12 comments:

the donG said...

one time you should make a list of your favorite malls or structures in the country.

ρομπερτ said...

Many times it is the extra-ordinary that can be found within - cloudes do look much of a change.

Please have a nice Sunday.

Ken Mac said...

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Hilda !!

Andreea said...

I don't know about other moments in time but in your shot from today it looks great from the outside too, with the clouds reflecting in the glass exterior.

A happy holiday season for you Hilda and best wishes in the year to come.

White Oleander said...

I voted but I'm confused with all these choices...

Dina said...

But it is good for reflections.

Thanks for the info about CDP.

brattcat said...

Thanks for the theme update. We have nothing like this in Vermont.

Lois said...

Those reflections of the clouds are lovely Hilda!

George said...

I guess this just is a perfect illustration of the old adage "You can't tell a book by its cover".

Cezar and Léia said...

You've made the ordinary quite extra in this beautiful picture! :)
God bless you!
Cezar

marley said...

I like the reflection of the sky. Great photo :)

Vogon Poet said...

You know I like most of your modern architecture and, even if nondescript, this is good!