Tag Archive: portraitures

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

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

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

Funshoot

A supposed to be funshot, turned photoshoot. A photo taken during one of the outdoor activity along with friends with the same hobbies. A friend of mine suggested if we could do some… Continue reading

Happy New Year

HAPPY NEW YEAR, everyone!!! Time runs so fast that little did we know, it’s already 2013 🙂 This photo was taken during a family dinner in the New Year’s Eve. Instead of being… Continue reading

Christmas Smile

Capturing a “Christmas Smile” is an objective of mine during a family Christmas party last December 25. After an hour of waiting, this is the best shot I can say from one of… Continue reading

Lovin’ the Sunset

After a week of being busy from office paper works, finally, I am back with this photo 🙂 This photo was taken during a weekend with my nieces and sister and brother-in law… Continue reading

Kids having Fun

A photo taken during a photowalk in Silay City, Neg. Occ. (Phils.). The noise of these kids aroused my curiosity to investigate at a nearby playground. I thought at first that they are… Continue reading