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Shooting cascades in Papa-a

As soon as I saw small cascades running down the stream, I immediately thought it would be good to do long exposures. It was just disappointing that I did not bring my tripod [again!]. But then I felt I had to shoot.

Awesome sunset in Butuan City

It is not very often you get to witness a stunning sunset that gives you goosebumps. For a photography junkie like me, you should never, never, never let it pass just like that.

Winning a photo contest

Winning a photo contest for the first time (well, officially and with a prize for that matter) gives a different high!

Missing Cordi

From afar, I could already see the clouds rolling over the mountaintops. It was a sight to behold. So I asked the driver of our vehicle going to Buguias, Benguet to stop so I can capture this once-in-lifetime scene.

Cory Aquino: An inexhaustible gift to democracy

She further stressed the belief that the Filipino people, as a nation, can be great again. During her last State of the Nation Address (SONA), she said: I believe in the inexhaustible giftedness of the Filipino people.

Conversation with a cab driver on climate change

Ironically, this cab driver who would like to contribute something help curb climate change and global warming, by planting his narra tree becomes discouraged and disappointed...

At home [and at peace] with HDR Photography

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Sunday, April 29, 2007


Lakewood, Zamboanga del Sur

Braiding Job at Puerto Galera

Pink Jacobina from my small garden

Photography has always been my passion.

As much as I love poetry and prose, I am glad I am able to express words into images that have personal meaning to me. Photography help me out to reveal my thoughts, emotions, perceptions, and desires.

I thank God for the gift of seeing beautiful things and capturing their images so that I can share the beauty and bounty of His creation.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

My First Ink

I have always wanted to start a blog like this. But I did not have so much have time and energy to start one. My recent trip to the Mountain Province has inspired me to make one. The sunrise I witnessed at the Halsema Highway has changed it all. Not only did it bring back my passion for writing, which was frozen like the cold Monday morning at Halsema Highway. The sun coming out also rekindled my long-lost connection with the Cordillera, especially, Benguet and Baguio City.

Like the first ray of the sun, my passion for writing started to dawn again. It was exhilarating! Almost heaven! So here I am, trying to write again.

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