It was quite foggy and cloudy and many buildings had turned their lights off early so the contrast between my two photos isn't that good.
Some lights had to stay on as the buildings are so tall, there's a risk for aeroplanes and lots of buildings had these weird blue lights traveling up and down the side of them, which we worked out were the lifts.
Before and After
Looks like a happening city at nightReplyDelete
it sure is, it's getting too hot in the day to be exploring too farDelete
I think they need Eskom to teach them how to do a real Earth Hour!ReplyDelete
thats what i thought and Laura you'll be pleased to know we have internet issues hereDelete
Wow a few went off but you'd like to see a lot more being turned offReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up
i think a lot of buildings had already switched their lights off, i'll go back one evening and see if there's a difference in a normal weekDelete
I don't think earth hour was as well publicised this year as previous, such a shame.ReplyDelete
i had notification from World Wildlife Fund because i've signed up to notifications, other wise it was advertised on twitterDelete
We celebrate earth hour in Manila and it can get really dark. This event is not as active in here though. #MySundayPhotoReplyDelete
unfortunately they have to keep a lot of lights on for safety reasons, planes etcDelete