Tag Archive: portraits

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

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

1962 Impala

A dream come true for me to shoot in a much wider and closer view the Chevrolet Impala (1962 model) car. I used to collect scaled models of this kind of car from… Continue reading

Salad

  A shot at a salad bar before me and my colleagues totally consumed what was in the table 🙂 But seriously, the positioning of the cherries caught my attention, and the yumminess… 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

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

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

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