November 7, 2010

Golden dragon

The ornate ceiling of the pavilion in the Chinese Garden of the Rizal Park. I apologize for the upside down dragon, but I couldn't cross over to the other side because there was some kind of student workshop going on at the time.

ceiling of the Chinese pavilion at the Rizal Park

9 comments:

Reena said...

very ornate! :)

ρομπερτ said...

Deeply in love with dragons, I thank you for allowing to see through your eyes - looks as if one stands beneath it. Great piece of work, art.

A peaeceful Sunday for you all.

daily athens

Misalyn said...

Beautiful! I have been to Rizal park for several times but I haven't seen this one.

A blessed Sunday to you Hilda.

Cezar and Léia said...

This seems to be a special part of the park, so beautiful!
God bless you!
Cezar

George said...

I think this is a beautiful dragon even if it is upside down!

Jacob said...

Stunning ceiling...I'd probably end up cricking my neck trying to see all there is to see. And an upside-down dragon is no problem - it's the one's right side up chasing you that are fearsome!

Thanks, Hilda, for your concern and prayers re our daughter. She is home from the hospital and improving but we'll remain in Colorado for another week or so.

Eki said...

The carvings look beautiful and intricate. Is it an open-space park with pavilions, Hilda?

Leif Hagen said...

Now that's a Fancy Nancy ceiling! Wow!

bfarr said...

Upside down or right-side up, either way a great, and ornate, shot.