LAPC: Communication

UP Diliman | June 24, 2017

The Carillon Tower

It is the first in the country (Philippines). Built in the campus of the University of the Philippines in Diliman, Quezon City, the Carillon is a 130-foot structure that originally housed 46 bronze bells cast by Van Bergen Bell, Chimes and Carillon Foundry of Holland.

Architect Juan Felipe de Jesus Nakpil, the first National Artist for Architecture, designed and supervised its construction.

Today, the Carillon bells peal the time of day every hour and plays well-known Filipino and UP songs at 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily.

The carillon will communicate to the whole the campus that work can start and end for the day.


Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Communication

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #99: Old and New

My 2-year-old me, My 40-year-old self, & My 50-year-old I

Three generations of myself in one photo, showcasing the old (but young) and new (but old) me. I’d like to tell her, you got it gurl!
Our island home | Larena, Siquijor

I spent my summer childhood here. It used to be all old (antique) furniture but as time passed, new (modern) furniture like that couch sofa is thrown into the mix.
Old and new, but it is still my home.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Old and New