May 30, 2013

Square shells

chandeliers at Blue Leaf Anyone who's visited My Manila for any length of time would know that I have a thing for light fixtures, whether they're chandeliers, table lamps, or wall sconces. The chandeliers at the Banyan Pavilion of The Blue Leaf, where our friend's wedding reception was held, may be simple but they're huge. The look like they're made of capiz shells too.

9 comments:

LONDONLULU said...

Those are such cool fixtures! Love the way you captured them too, it's almost like abstract sculpture.

Barbara Farr said...

That's a lot of shells. I agree with lulu, looks like a sculpture.

Red Nomad OZ said...

With a fixture like that I can understand your obsession! Great shot - and I agree with the others!!

Cezar and Léia said...

Very creative and beautiful lights!Great shot!
Léia

Tamera said...

I love those too! Very cool!

Steffi said...

Very beautiful photo!

Rob Siemann said...

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Oakland Daily Photo said...

Like an Escher print, it's hard to tell what is up and what is down. Thus it makes an Interesting abstract composition.

Lowell said...

They are certainly unique and unlike anything I've seen. Wonderful

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