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Then and Now – View of the Santa Cruz Church from Calle Escolta

Posted by BCS on October 14, 2008

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View of Santa Cruz Church from Calle Escolta in 1926 - Photo courtesy of the University of Michigan Library (http://www.lib.umich.edu/)

View of Santa Cruz Church from Escolta (Photo taken on September 27, 2008)

View of Santa Cruz Church from Escolta (Photo taken on September 27, 2008)

Note on the use of the old photograph:

From the University of Michigan Library website:

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“Users are free to download, copy, and distribute works in the public domain without asking for permission. To determine whether a work is in the public domain, see the section on the public domain of the Copyright & Fair Use site of Stanford University Libraries.”

3 Responses to “Then and Now – View of the Santa Cruz Church from Calle Escolta”

  1. yenrules said

    Would you consider a Photography portfolio? Those are nice angled shots you got there. Hehe.
    BTW, I’m considering Nursing as my Pre-med. Gusto ko kasi mag-medicine, but I don’t have enough money pa for it. I’m planning to study in the US once I finish my board exams here. Love your pics. Consider me your biggest fan. haha. =D

  2. BCS said

    You’re too kind, Yen.๐Ÿ˜› Photography can absolutely be part of one’s art portfolio.๐Ÿ˜€ And so can this blog if I wanted to. hehehe…๐Ÿ˜›

    Ang lupet mo! Panalo! So, you’re not planning to practice being a nurse after the board exams? Anyway, I sincerely hope you’ll be able to push through with your plans and turn your ambitions into reality.๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Ariane said

    i just wish i lived during 1920’s na lang…it was more beautiful and peaceful…than TODAY!!

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