Tag Archive: photography

Travel Buddy

A travel buddy of mine posed during one of our stop-overs in the highlands of Don Salvador Benedicto, in Negros. A photo taken last February together with my cousins who’s gotten into photography… 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

Mini-Water Dam

One of the famous mini-water dam in Negros Occidental was spotted by my camera yesterday during a travel-photography day together with my wife and 2 friends. Taken in one of the summer-capital resorts… 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

Miniature Butterfly

  A miniature butterfly as spotted in one of the booths during the recently concluded “Pana-ad sa Negros Festival” here in Negros Occidental (Phils.).  A real butterfly when looking from afar, but in… Continue reading

Road Less Traveled

A less-traveled road somewhere in Negros Occidental. One of the roads linking Negros Oriental and Occidental…one can consider that it is very much closer to nature. A photo taken during one of my… 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

Sorrowful Mysteries

Holy Week is considered as the final week of the season of Lent in the Catholics and Christians belief. It is during this week that the faithful are commemorating the passion of Christ,… Continue reading

Old Wharf

Another angle of one of the famous historical landmark in Silay City, Philippines.  In my previous post, Old Port, that photo was taken at the right side of this port. The one posted… Continue reading