Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Native Parol

The mall was already close when we cut our family concert ( whaaattt??) in one of the rooms of this KTV bar which I'd rather not mention the name cos malls are usually allergic to DSLR. It's normal that a guard would try to stop you to take photos. Stop you_ that's all. But wouldn't care if you had already taken a hundred shots of the place. What's the point??? who knows.
Anyway, before the guard appeared, as usual we had already taken photos, ( reminds me of action movies where police arrived in crime scene only when the exchange of gun bullets of the lead stars were already done and it was about to end. Dead victims on the floor). and what would I do to those photos? Share to you ofcourse.

We chanced upon giant parols (lanterns) hanged on the lobby of the mall. They caught my interest cos of the materials used for each parol. They were made from indigenous and recycled materials.

Take a closer look at this one_ made from disposable plates, forks and some straws.

More colorful straws. . .

This one used recycled plastic materials.

Woven leaves of Anahaw?

This one layed out mix of different edible raw seeds including peanuts in shells on top of native woven mat.

Apparently, this was a contest and above photo won the first price.
Abrupt ending. The guard stopped us at this point.

Merry Christmas to all!!!!!!!!

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