Tag Archive: bacolodcity

Fire Dance

Fire Performance  – also known as “Fire Dancing” is the art of dancing with fire. It was my first time to totally witness the real performances of the so-called “fire-performers/dancers” a couple of… Continue reading

Food Trip

A satisfying dinner with cousins and friends was spent in one of the newest Korean restaurant here in Bacolod City, known as Wara-Wara. An eat-all-you can buffet dinner was the best there is… Continue reading

Bacolod’s Bacolaodiat

A post of mine that is totally related to my previous post (Kung Hei Fat Choi), but this time, giving you the view of how Bacolod City celebrates the Chinese New Year. These… Continue reading

Cloudy yet, sunny

At long last, another sunny+cloudy afternoon as spotted in one of the political structures in Bacolod City, Philippines, after nearly a month-long of having a rainy season. Indeed, God is good for even… Continue reading

A calm before the storm

After a month-long of having a rainy season here in our country…I decided to go doing some landscape shots. It was one cloudy afternoon a week ago, just a moment that the rain… Continue reading

Yellow Gironde

In the course of reviewing my posted photos here in my blog, I can’t help but notice that the dominant color is yellow, or even, yellow orange, whether a flower, a scenery, an… Continue reading

Earning a Living

Earning a living at night just like in the photo above is common especially at night for those that are into this line of job, selling “kakanins”, or commonly known as street foods.… Continue reading

Waiting…

The compressing and competing cactus’s as they are waiting for raindrops to fill their thirst for water. There are times that people are also like these. For them to reach their ambition, they… Continue reading

Cactus

Just another cactus plant in its early age of development as spotted in one of the eco parks here in Negros. The season was very dry, and the only plant that survived this… Continue reading

Pope’s Tower at Night

This is the other view or considered as the main facade of the iconic Pope John Paul II Tower, here in Bacolod City. Another shot at a different angle of what can be… Continue reading