2/13/2010

PhotoHunt#77 Broken

Yes, there're a lot of broken things on that photo but can you see what is it actually?

This photo was taken at Oh My Gulay Restaurant on the top floor of La Azotea building, Session Road, Baguio City. The place is being run by VOCAS, a group of local artists. It is actually a restaurant-art gallery and they mostly serve vegetarian food which is quite healthy as well as refreshing.

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14 comments:

jams o donnell said...

It looks good but I can't make out what it is! Happy weekend

upto6only said...

haven't been in that restaurant but it seems cool to eat there.

nice entry.

Happy Hearts Day & Happy Chinese New Year

julie said...

What a great way to showcase those broken pieces into an art work :)

Happy Valentine's Day

Surfie said...

OH, neat! It took me a second to see it was a bird. Do they use this as a fountain or as a birdbath? Or is it just a sculpture?

A. said...

Is it a fountain? Great for the theme, whatever it is. :)

Marites said...

it's just a sculpture :)

happily retired gal said...

Interesting collection of broken things ...
Hugs and blessings,
Broken Azalea

Anna said...

Well, it looks like several object that are broken, so it certainly fits the bill!
Happy Valentine's Day!
Anna

Bull Rhino said...

Looks like lots of breakage there. I think some "artist" was just having fun putting stuff together. Great take on the theme this week.

Scott at World’s Best Photography Blog ;^)

Bonggamom said...

Is that a sarimanok?

My photo hunt post this week is about broken hearts and broken arms:

http://bonggamom.blogspot.com/2010/02/broken.html

Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Chinese New Year!

Anneke (Mudhooks) said...

What an amazing sculpture!

If I had the space to work, I would love to do things like that. I have to restrain myself from picking up things which I think would "work" in something because I know I won't be able to use it. Otherwise my house would be something you'd see on "Hoarders"

Incog & Nito said...

That's a great sculpture, particularly using all those broken things. Great shot. Enjoy your weekend.

The Nomadic Pinoy said...

If I'm not mistaken, this 'broken' art work looks like a rooster.

Mrs. Mecomber said...

What a crazy piece of art! LOL recycling at its best.

I'm late in visiting everyone for Photo Hunters, but better late than never! Have a wonderful week.