Sugba Lagoon, Del Carmen, Siargao

  Was in Siargao, Surigao Del Norte for a week. It was absolutely beautiful over there. The takeaway lesson for this trip was that, if you say yes to an invitation, you just might get the surprise of your life…and a positive experience to change your heart for the better. 🙂

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The day before All Souls Day

“So, what are you going to do with these pictures?” (I often get asked why I take pictures… I have a voluminous collection of snaps in my iphone, which I carry around while my “formal” camera is in repair. I just see something I like, and then, I see possible stories in my head because […]

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Photo: Fiery Copper

One of the reasons why I take public transport is the bevy of interesting characters that I encounter. She, the lady in this picture,  was one of them. This picture strongly reminds me of the person who introduced me to #StreetPhotography via Chris Weeks and to the freedom of #Snapseed work, for some reason… Thank […]

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Photos: Cafe Alicia, Pasay City

I liked the 50’s vintage look of this place. 🙂 The clincher was a movie poster that had a cute little message. (Poetry then was more straightforward, not passive aggressive, i.e. “hugot”.)

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Photo: Just Married, Dumaguete Style

I was heading back to my office on the busiest street in Dumaguete and I had the chance to see this interesting pair. What I noticed was mainly the voluminous white dress, folded up around her legs while the “blushing bride” hung on to her groom, who was driving the motorcycle. She daintily adjusted her […]

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Photo: rock on the road

  The rains had brought a landslide and the construction workers wanted to clear up the highway for the passersby to get through.  I was on the bus to work for this one. When you’re on a bus, you’re basically offered a higher vantage point than anyone else, and thus more interesting angles. These pictures […]

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