There was this calm before the storm feeling when we arrived in Bacolod City. The Eid Al Adha emptied the streets of motion. Masskara Festival draws near. One holiday after another. The populace silently tied up with the coming feast. This town is a gift. Untie the ribbons!
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PHOTOWALK BACOLOD CITY
Seven years ago I set foot here in Bacolod City. The city of smiles. I roamed the place, but I never saw the streets. It's a thrill when the city remains the same and -- the photographer does not.
HUMANS OF MANILA
"I love you papa." My 16-year old señorita texted me. "Love you too. Don't you have any homework?" I messaged back. "None. I'm just missing you." So I gave her a call, and caught her sobbing. I asked what's wrong. The lesson for today is about FAMILY. She told me how she opened up about … Continue reading HUMANS OF MANILA
1335 MABINI: ARTISANS’ REALM
Stormy Saturday didn't kept me from showing up at Casa Tesoro -- the seat of tribal art and antiquities in Ermita. This is upon Ms. Mai Saporsantos' invitation for a VIP preview of 1335Mabini's LIFE OF PERISH. A multi-media exhibit featuring the works of internationally distinguished Pinoy contemporary artists. (You read it right vee-ahy-pee preview) … Continue reading 1335 MABINI: ARTISANS’ REALM
PHOTOWALK CEBU CITY
I believe everyone should see Cebu City in the old-fashioned way -- on foot. I have a boss a true-blue Cebuano. Finds it hard to communicate in Tagalog tongue. When he does, it's like he has difficulty breathing. And I believe him when he says "all of Cebu City is just a walk away." "Walking … Continue reading PHOTOWALK CEBU CITY
Beijing Zoo Gallery 4U
Nowhere to go and nothing better to do this rainy TGIF afternoon but to try out WP's Gallery feature featuring a few of my shots from CUFE group's "educational tour" at the Beijing Zoo. I am a zoo patron, not. Animals are not toys, yes! And I strongly believe that the zoo community regards the … Continue reading Beijing Zoo Gallery 4U