Sun getting Low at the High Street

My camera and I (or I went alone with my camera, if that’s what you’ll prefer being said) went to B.G.C. (Bonifacio Global City) to see what is happening at it’s center, called the Bonifacio High Street. It was late afternoon and the sun is about to set.

BGC is now photographer-friendly. No marshals will harm you unless you organize an non-permitted photoshoot

B.G.C. is now photographer-friendly. No marshals will harm you unless you organize an non-permitted photo shoot.

 

The High Street. Well, part of it.

The High Street. Well, part of it.

 

Thunburgia

Thunburgia.

 

another Thunburgia

another Thunburgia.

 

Thunburgia on High Street's trellises

Thunburgia on High Street’s trellises

 

Fountains

Fountains.

 

A small train for the kids

A small train for the kids.

 

A teddy-like silhouette giant standee.

A giant teddy-like silhouette standee.

 

An amazing water feature.

An amazing water feature.

 

a not-so-Big Ben

A not-so-Big Ben.

 

The chair of swords...just kidding, The Iron Throne...of games :P

The chair of swords…just kidding, The Iron Throne…of games 😛

 

The Loch ness monster...or may I say the Bonifacio monster.

The Loch ness monster…or may I say the Bonifacio monster.

 

Stonehenge.

Mini-Stonehenge.

 

Tardis of Doctor Who.

Tardis of Doctor Who.

 

Yeah, it is about the grass.

Yeah, it is about the grass.

 

The fountain and the tower bridge.

The fountain and the tower bridge.

 

The clock and the park.

The clock and the park.

 

The small Eiffel tower.

The small Eiffel tower.

 

The tower looks good on this perspective.

The tower looks good on this perspective.

 

An amazing mosaic art.

An amazing mosaic art.

 

A park of fountains.

A park of fountains.

 

Kids play while the fountain changes color.

Kids play while the fountain changes color.

 

Blue fountain.

Blue fountain.

 

Fountains with light colors.

Fountains with light colors.

 

Looks good in green.

Looks good in green. Makes me think of gamma ray and kryptonite.

 

To whom the place is named after, Andres Bonifacio.

To whom the place is named after, Andres Bonifacio.

 

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