While walking the streets of Hongdae, we found this cafe. What’s more interesting about this cafe is the acronym of the word “rainbow” that we saw. Continue reading “Rainbow means…”
Instead of taking a shoefie, portmanteau of shoe and selfie, I would usually find myself taking a photo after a long run of scenes around me. There are also rare instances that something would made me stop for a couple of minutes just to marvel at something and take a photo using my phone.
Cultural Center of the Philippines Continue reading “Running Scenes”
It was in November 2014 when I got my iPhone 6 just in time for my travel to Hanoi, Vietnam. I happily snapped some photos on my phone so that I can upload it right away. Little did I expect that my Halong Bay photo would end up in Apple’s World Gallery. Continue reading “Shot on iPhone 6”
Can you imagine yourself living in a world without energy? If in an alternate world, there’s no fuel available to transport us, we would probably be riding bicycles. Or we could be riding a calesa (a horse-drawn carriage) as a means of public transportation. Continue reading “NatGeo Your Shot Assignment: World Without Energy”
It was just recently that I have checked out NatGeo Your Shot and I find it inspiring to see photo assignments there. I haven’t submitted any photos yet but I looked for photos in my Flickr archives based on the theme Road Trip. Here are some places in the Philippines where you may want to take a road trip to:
Vigan, Ilocos Sur
Up Dharma Down shot their latest single “All The Good Things” in Singapore. Here are some of the places that were featured in the music video.
Marina Bay Sands
Continue reading “Singapore and All The Good Things Music Video”
On our 2nd day in Ta Van village, we opted to walk around Ta Van village instead of trekking with our companions. During our early morning walk, we passed by a handicraft shop selling stone carvings. Continue reading “The Stone Carver in Ta Van Village”
Last September, I traveled to Beijing, China for the first time. This is the trip where I forgot to bring my wide angle lens. Thus, I just used my Sigma 17-70mm lens instead.
We arrived late at night in Singapore. I never thought Bugis is still open late. If you frequently go to Greenhills Shopping Center, Bugis will remind you of it. Continue reading “Late night Shopping at Bugis”
Upon our arrival at the BenCab museum, we thought of going first directly to Cafe Sabel to have our lunch. However, it would be nice to check out the galleries first. At the balcony, we saw a lady weaving straws. If ever you will be in BenCab Museum, I hope you can support her by buying some souvenirs (the ones made out of weaved straws). Continue reading “The Straw Weaver at the BenCab Museum”