City Sunset on EDSA

Yup, it is really difficult or quite impossible to photograph a decent picture of sunsets if you're living in theΒ city like me. Β 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 →

Smart Infinity Golf Classic, Feb. 15, 2016

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. πŸ™‚ Have a great Monday, everyone!

The Inundation of Central Luzon

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 →

Hometown Visitation…

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 →

The Shades of December Sunset…!

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)

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