Tag Archive: macrophotography

Misty Flower

A bad weather due to typhoon didn’t stop my itch to ta capture photos such as this. I love what I do best and I do missed doing this for several occasions due… Continue reading

Happy Christmas

  Year 2014 was full of surprises. Lots of surprising, happy, sad, challenging moments. But, in all of these, still managed to get over with it, enjoyed the past, learned from everything that… Continue reading

Anther + Stigma

I miss the sunshine 😦 It’s more than a week already that we were experiencing weather disturbances here in our place. And according to the weather news, this kind of weather (raining) will… Continue reading

Macro Hats

What a gloomy weather today. It’s been a week that it’s raining on and off, and today was no different. I planned to go out and do some strolling in the nearby mall,… Continue reading

Brand New Start

A brand new start. A brand new start indeed as I begin this 2014 with my 1st photo, though the posting was a bit late. Taken one sunny morning after nearing a week… Continue reading

Merry Christmas

Merry CHRISTmas everyone! It’s been a while that the last time I posted and updated my photoblog in here. Lots of thoughts in my mind in the past, lots of thinking about everything… Continue reading

Raindrops

Taken on one rainy Saturday afternoon. Earlier on that one busy day, it was a sunny day. As predicted using one of the many application in my Tablet, it was supposed to be… Continue reading

Patterns and Hue

My own rendition of being “monochromatic”. After a week of not able to hold a camera, early morning yesterday was spent looking for subjects that can somehow ease my itchiness for taking some… 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