Church of Malate

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© Mayette Ignacio
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UploadedJanuary 24, 2009
TakenDecember 10, 2008
MakeSony
ModelDSLR-A100
Exposure1/100 sec at f/5.6
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Focal Length60 mm
ISO200
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This section of the city dates back to 1588. The Titular Patroness of this church is Nuestra Senora de los Remedios, whose statue was brought from Spain in 1624 by Rev. Juan Guevara O.S.A. The British landed their troops near these shores in 1762, and used the Church of Malate for protection for their rear gurad in the capture of Manila. This church was greatly damaged by the earthquake of June 1863 and was rebuilt by Rev. Francisco Cuadrado O.S.A. The parish have been under the successive administration of the Augustinians, The Secular Clergy, The Redemptorist, and the Columbans.

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  • david ong

    david ong gave props (24 Jan 2009):

    great contrast n texture! awesome shot Mayette!

  • Lynn H

    Lynn H (Deleted) gave props (24 Jan 2009):

    Oh, this is very creative!!

  • Norman Caldwell

    Norman Caldwell (Deleted) gave props (25 Jan 2009):

    Mayette! This is awesome! The angular lighting really brings out the texture and details of the wall. And the old stone shows its wear through so many gray shades....all to draw the viewer into the only bit of color perfectly lit by the sun. Bravo!!!

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (26 Jan 2009):

    I love the lines and the shadows, quite stunning.

  • Sherry

    Sherry gave props (26 Jan 2009):

    Such history and great compo!

  • Michael Ball

    Michael Ball gave props (27 Jan 2009):

    Gorgeous!!! Great history!!!

  • Nelson Campbell

    Nelson Campbell (Deleted) gave props (31 Jan 2009):

    Oh Mayette...I so love this...

  • Eugenia Kyriakopoulou

    Eugenia Kyriakopoulou (Deleted) said (6 Feb 2009):

    Great work, such a lovely contrast in colours!

  • Stephanie Castellana

    Stephanie Castellana gave props (17 Apr 2009):

    Great shot!

  • Victor Ursabia

    Victor Ursabia said (21 Apr 2009):

    wow! ganda Mayette..

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