Taking a chance at Kiltepan Peak

Haven’t written anything for a while or the more correct term is I haven’t finished writing the other things I wanted to share. For now I’m just trying to recall my most recent encounter with one of Sagada’s tourist spot. Now you might be thinking that the place is cliche and has been associated with the Filipino Movie: That Thing Called Tadhana(Destiny). But it’s not … Continue reading Taking a chance at Kiltepan Peak

The 2nd full moon of 2018

A Blue Moon happens when a second full moon happens within the month. A Blood moon occurs when a Total Lunar Eclipse happens. But what happens when it both happens you got a Super Blue Blood Moon (Okay I didn’t really term that I’m just going by what the media is saying.) They mentioned that this is a once in a lifetime event considering that … Continue reading The 2nd full moon of 2018

First Light 2018

Every year from 2010, my photographer friends from Baguio Photographers Club would go ahead and take Photographs of the first sunrise of the year and after that would have a hearty breakfast somewhere in the city (we always ended up looking for restaurants since most of them are closed during the new year morning opening up only during the afternoon.) This has become our tradition … Continue reading First Light 2018

Philippine Military Academy, view from Mt. Kabuyao

A few hours before this scene happened I didn’t really expect anything spectacular to  come out. The scene was gloomy and cloudy. It hopeless. Deep down I was praying for a miracle to happen. The sun rose and still nothing. Only dry colors and an even gloomier feel for the day.  Just when we were packing up and getting ready to leave, this happened. It’s … Continue reading Philippine Military Academy, view from Mt. Kabuyao

Sunset at the Strawberry Farm

This photograph was taken at the La Trinidad Strawberry Farm back in November of 2011. The garden plots were being readied for the plantation of the strawberries at this time. November here in the Cordilleras is the time when the temperature starts to drop, but the rain comes to a hold which is the ideal climate for strawberries to grow. Dry and cold. The initial … Continue reading Sunset at the Strawberry Farm