Walking Marikina Heights

Today was the first day since arriving in the Philippines that I’ve been able to go out for a walk and run without some errand or objective, so I relished the chance to go exploring the streets in Marikina Heights.

I’m always keeping my eyes open for interesting art and statues here, and I was finally able to capture some I passed many times. At a small park there is a herd of cattle statues. At The Galleria there are fun scrap statues. Scattered around are other small pieces.

Around the Ayala mall is a series of statues in tribute to workers, from drivers to gunsmiths to sweepers.

Today was the first day since arriving in the Philippines that I’ve been able to go out for a walk and run without some errand or objective, so I relished the chance to go exploring the streets in Marikina Heights.

I’m always keeping my eyes open for interesting art and statues here, and I was finally able to capture some I passed many times. At a small park there is a herd of cattle statues. At The Galleria there are fun scrap statues. Scattered around are other small pieces.

Around the Ayala mall is a series of statues in tribute to workers, from drivers to gunsmiths to sweepers.

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