Oh wow..that is busy!! I love the glass hanging..that is beautiful chaos!! Sarah :)
They all need to get somewhere else. I like the glass sculpture.
sometimes from chaos comes our favorite photographs...it does look busy and everyone is in such a hurry
that does look like a very busy port. the last glass sculpture is by Dale Chilhuly, I think. http://www.chihuly.com/last summer Frederik Meijers Gardens in Grand Rapids featured his work. I am so glad I went to see it. magnificent!! I will try to find the photos and share some soon.
Great examples Kim. I wanted to do the chaos of the raging rivers around my town but has rained for three days and I am not about to go there.QMM
wow ate..maganda siya..parang very infigenous na hndi naman.hehe cool!!
Seems a busy place. It's not easy taking photos in a crowd, good job.
Looks very chaotic but I'm sure fun for all..
great choice and yes i do see the chaos
It looks busy and prosperous to me. Love the chandelier.
There is chaos there for sure! The glass sculpture is really lovely, a bit chaotic, but lovely.
do you remember they used to over load ferries in the Philippines and there were drownings? You photo remind me of that.
hindi ko pa natry yan... na magbarko... hehe...the latter was really nice manang kim... :)
I can really feel the chaos in the port city shot: perfect.
I see lots of people. Are they in disorder or confusion? I don't see any negative in the photo. The last one is really beautiful.Thank you for stopping by.
Yes, there sure are a lot of people! But everyone seems to have a purpose.
That many people is defiantly chaos. The hanging thing is pretty cool.
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Love the hanging sculpture!
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