Monthly Archive: May, 2012

Cloud Formation

After a day or two of having rains in our place, I miss this type of cloud formation. But after an hour, this beautiful cloud formation turned to black, and heavy rains followed.… Continue reading

Pope’s Tower

One of the popular structure as well as an attraction to visitors here at the city of smiles (Bacolod City, Philippines), known as the Pope John Paul II Tower Monument.  It houses the… Continue reading

Hello Sunshine

One of the beautiful sunrise view in my hometown. Really, the sun rises in the East.

A Child’s Smile

A rare opportunity for a child to totally look and smile in front of the camera. Whew! After, grueling minutes of really catching the child’s attention, here’s the shot that I am longing… Continue reading

Captured Emotion

Capturing an emotion of a child is harder than I thought. A child’s attention span is very very short, thus, making your perfect shot difficult as well. After reading the book “Art of… Continue reading

Old White Door

An old white door at the back of one of the old houses in Silay City (Phils.), the “Balay Negrense”.  The one that caught my attention was that, a door that doesn’t have… Continue reading

Worker’s cup

In one of our trips (with my wife) in one of the mangrove sites (Brgy. Balaring) here in a neighboring city of Silay last April of 2012, a scene that caught my attention… Continue reading

Colors

Crayons, as mandated by the government, should have a label indicating “Non-toxic”, but unfortunately, there’s still “hot items” sold everywhere that simply copies the label (thus, I called that “fake”), especially the ones… Continue reading

The Lost Boot

As I went to one of the places here in Negros, I happen to glance at this boot at the side of the road…I wonder where’s the other pair or it was abandoned… Continue reading

Hello world!

Hello World! Yes, indeed it’s ‘Hello World!’ It took me some time to really decide that instead of posting informally my photo portfolios in social networking sites, why not post it formally so… Continue reading