Living forever

“Letters to A Young Poet”,  is a collection of ten letters written by Bohemian-Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1875–1926) to Franz Xaver Kappus(1883–1966), a 19-year-old officer cadet at the Theresian Military Academy in Germany. It is one of my favorite books. I have read it many times through and it has always been timely. Although it […]

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Photo: Vintage Cameras

Is film photography dead? I’m sure it is very much alive…just not here, where I’m from. These photos were taken a few years ago, while I was still living in Manila. I had been told that in my hometown, they still had those machines that printed from film negatives. Ironically, they closed down a year […]

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Video: Never had

I think, someday, we’ll be sorry for the chances we never took…and the things we never said.

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Photos: The funeral of a great guy

Whenever he’s mentioned, people tend to say, “Job? He’s a great guy…” My Tito Job was buried today. He was a distant relative, but where I come from, people tend to go to funerals because the person that died had an impact on them in some form or other in their life. He died of […]

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Why I take pictures

I love Street Photography. I love that the streets are teeming with stories, that, with just the right amount of bravery, you can pen a tale on them. 🙂 My sling bag contains a Sony RX-100 MII,  small black powerful little beauty that takes really good pictures in both low and good light. It’s a […]

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