Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Hollow blocks


Gray series #3


Hollow blocks making.

Pizarro Street.

The other men making the hallowblocks got shy so I only managed to get this Manong's photo here. He was too busy to pay heed to me.

I live along this street. What I'm doing is really a series on my neighborhood. I noticed how green my photos are lately so I decided to post the grayness of concrete and city this week. Thank goodness for scheduled posting. I might've missed two days if not for this blogspot feature.

9 comments:

Ann Pablo said...

viva the neighborhood!

Hilda said...

First, it was Agnes and her pottery, now you with hollow blocks. I like this!

hadv said...

I'm trying to figure out what the hollow blocks man is doing. Especially with those flat boards. Mostly, I like the contrast between the man and the sand around him. Nice..

kayni said...

everything looked gray, even the man's pants. looks like hard work.

Layrayski said...

ann pablo-- viva indeed! (I'm having trouble about this photo taking business hehehe)

hilda--yup concrete and pots!

hadv--I think he was flattening the sand/concrete into its mold.

kayni--hehe I accomplished my goal. gray! =)

Tammie said...

this looks like dirty, difficult work...i don't envy him

Layrayski said...

Hi timmie-- at the wages we get from most our jobs, you wouldn't envy most of us either. =(

Vlado&Toni said...

do they still do this this way? wow that's hard work!!! i thought this is done by machines or some sort.

xxdancetothisbeatxx said...

how'd you get in, the ly? i know that manong! haha :)

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