Pedicabs

Small streets call for small modes of transportation. 🙂 Where I come from, the more popular mode of public transportation are these “pedicabs” (others refer to them as “pedibox” just because) and they are likened to “taxicabs”, because they bring you to wherever you want in the city, for the going price of 8 pesos […]

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Photo: the full moon

 When one looks really hard, and is patient enough, one sees colors and light in the way one wants to see it. I took this photo while in the plane to a city a couple of hours away from where I live in order to attend the conference. Traveling alone, I was able to enjoy […]

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The Ladies in White

The white house near the Bian Yek in Dumaguete has always held a mysterious air. When I was in grade school, someone told me that there were “White Ladies” who lived there, and that they were really old and frail. I remember one time late one after whilst riding a pedicab, and looking up, I […]

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The rains have come

August 21, 2016. It’s been raining all over the Philippines these past few weeks, but my hometown has only had its share (and it has been quote continuous). It let up a few hours ago, so I was able to test my new GoPro Hero 4 (Silver) outside. I had won it in a raffle, […]

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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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Photo: “The Shy Guy”

(originally posted on my Instagram page) I had an Afghan Girl moment earlier during the commute. Allan, 30, sat across me and went unnoticed until i looked in his direction just in time for the light to hit his eyes and make me realize that they were not the usual brown, but instead a shade […]

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