Portia Placino

teaching, blogging and researching on art and culture, viewing the world through the camera's eyes, continually contemplating on the world of aesthetics and art theory and expressing it in art criticism and discourse…

ancient greece 2

gods and goddesses

parthenon

a delicious solution to my problems–burger king, sm batangas. hehehe. pero magastos. but at least, nabubusog ako, despite the gastos. instead of smart bro eating up all my load. hahaha.

see you in class kids.

one more week before the midterms.

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5 comments on “ancient greece 2

  1. ecai dayo
    August 19, 2009

    gosh, miss portia.. read this:http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/egyptarchaeologyculture..

    says that the pharaohs’ tomb could disappear.

    well, i know that this is not new.. but wala lang.. i just feel so much for them.. just like the parthenon.. we will lose it without even fully understanding their culture.. and besides you said it yourself and we all know that it’s gonna be hard to replace it or make a new one.. and it has its own significance.. i hope our technology can save these precious. i hope we can find ways to save it..

  2. mina rose
    August 19, 2009

    heheh ma’m malakas nga pu ung wi fi

    ng burger at sm batangas hehe

    sugest ku lng po na para d kau magastusan eh

    mag pakabit nlng kau ng PLDT my DSL

    999 per month lng po at mabilis na din heheh

    ingatz

  3. pauline abanto
    August 22, 2009

    hi ma’am..midterm na po this monday..
    aral mode na po…hehehe
    sana madali po ung exam…

  4. jean camille cadacio
    August 24, 2009

    hi ma’am dali lng poh pla ng exam nyo k
    hit madameng item jejeje bait nyo my mga clue exam nyo eh . . ingat poh plageh . . ..

  5. portiaplacino
    August 24, 2009

    @ecai i read it. i am sure there is a technology out there that can prevent that. but. i think what they need to do is limit the exposure. i remember this chinese painting, “6 persimons-, to preserve it, it is only taken out once every ten years for public viewing. it is a very simple painting, monochromatic. it is just that it refrlects the absolute description of chinese asthetics. so there is a way, always a way.

    @mina yun nga eh, i need a line. the problem is my lifestyle. masyadong mobile. i keep on moving from place to place… and that really isnt good if youhave a line. some places are not good for some lines… hay i wonder… when my feet are firmly on the ground perhaps i’ll then get a line. till then–suffer!

    @pauline ngayon lang ako nag-online ulet. how was the exams? sana okay ang nangyari seo… :)

    @jean camille i’m glad nadalian ka. 1 section palang na-check ko. and it appears may bumaagsak parin. well, problema na ng tamad yun, coz i think the exam was really easy…

    hope to hear from most of you soon! :)

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