Tag Archive: eos

Baby’s Smile

In one of the family gatherings, I tend to isolate myself from the rest and find myself playing with my baby-cousins. Good thing always, that I brought along my camera, knowing that it’s… 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

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

Milking for food

A butterfly as spotted during one of my photowalks in Mambukal Nature Park (Negros Occ., Philippines). I was totally challenged by the mere fact that this butterfly hopped from one flower to another… Continue reading

Lonely Boat

A lonely boat as spotted in one of the shorelines in Sugar Beach Resort in Siplay City, Negros Occidental, Philippines. No other boats were in the area that time, and the ambiance +… Continue reading

Summer Getaway

“A vacation or holiday is a specific trip or journey, usually for the purpose of recreation or tourism. People often take a vacation during specific holiday observances, or for specific festivals or celebrations. Vacations are often spent with friends or family.”… Continue reading

Papaya Leaf

  A Papaya leaf (Pawpaw)  taken on a different perspective. Summer will end soon, and we will welcome the rainy season. Here in the Philippines, it’s a cycle of 2 season, wet and… Continue reading

Little Cosmos

To some countries, this type of wildflower known as “cosmos” is already becoming extinct. But, luckily, here in our place, it’s growing almost anywhere as long as an uncultivated area is watered regularly.… Continue reading