Tag Archive: macrophotography

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

Early Blooming

Month of May is the month of flowers in general. The photo shown here is supposed to be one of my entries in a photo exhibit sponsored by a photography club that i’m… Continue reading

Subaru (Arai)

A dream of mine since I was in my college days was to collect die-cast cars, particularly, the “Subaru” Rally Cars. The photo shown here is just one of them, in which, fresh… 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

A Butterfly

  As they say, a butterfly is an insect, a moth, or a small, delicate creature with wings. But to me, it goes beyond that.  I consider the butterfly as something that conveys… Continue reading

Stigma

Just another picture of the stigma part of a Gumamela flower in one summer morning under the shade. I’ve been a fan of this kind of flower since I was a kid. Together… Continue reading

Happy Easter

Easter Sunday, a day to celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection, saving mankind from their sins. And usually, Easter Sunday is celebrated along with fun games, such as the Easter Egg hunting. As I go… Continue reading

Blossoming Pink

A close-up look at one of the Pink in Blossom type of flower in my mom’s mini garden. Taken one Sunday an hour after sunrise, where the flowers are at their best. A… Continue reading