Yup, it is really difficult or quite impossible to photograph a decent picture of sunsets if you're living in the city like me. The Philippine metropolis like Manila, Makati, Quezon City, and Caloocan, to name a few, are cities heavily saturated with high rise buildings, malls , hanging power lines and cables like spaghettis on your... Continue Reading →
I'll be taking an "internet" break today and will not be able to visit the blogs I am following... Will be enjoying the annual Smart Infinity Golf Classic at Sta. Elena Gof Club in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. 🙂 Have a great Monday, everyone!
During and after every typhoon in the Philippines that hits Central Luzon, which we call the rice granary of the country, a province called Pampanga usually become a "swamp" like Florida's Everglades. The water inundation of Pampanga's farmlands had become a perennial problem of the Kapampangans (people of Pampanga). Considering that typhoons nowadays are getting... Continue Reading →
During the weekend, I visited my hometown, the place where I was born 50 years ago... Manaoag, Pangasinan. The church of Manaoag has changed over the years and the garden at the back of the church where I use to play has been turned into a huge parking lot. I believe the Manaoag church is... Continue Reading →
Nothing can beat the artistry of nature herself... Her painting using the sky as her canvas is really priceless! Which one is your shade? (Taken along TPLEX, a Philippine 90 kilometer expressway connecting Tarlac, Pangasinan, and La Union provinces of Northern Luzon)