It is the embodiment of the dark side of human nature......
This photo was taken inside the park of Dubai Media City. It's a place where all tech companies located such as IBM, Apple, Dell and etc. I was having a photo walk when I took this one and it was almost night time. It's a long exposure with a tripod of course to make it… Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Reflection
What a coincidence I just took this picture the other day without realizing that it is the theme for this week not until I read your post Ms.Nancy. Since this is a blog I'm obligated to say something. By the way before I begin to say this is a spontaneous so forgave me. So here… Continue reading A Photo a Week Challenge: Through Glass
At that moment the scene that I had just captured somehow reconnect and bolted me that awaken the child within me. India and Philippines are not different categorically speaking, we belong in one continent which is Asia – we are third world country as other countries would look us that way. As I click the… Continue reading That Child within Me
In the pursuit of writing a substantial blog for the past weeks since its inception. I did a research and readings. I read a book which before I didn't do. I even make a system for myself such as how to allocate time for reading, writing (that's include journaling), doing some household chores and… Continue reading A New Found 💕
I know its not related to my post. But I need to insert this to express my gratitude. I don't want to be cheesy. I just want to say a BIG THANK YOU! Because yesterday was my 1st month since the inception and I am very grateful to have a supporter like YOU. Your response… Continue reading Street Photography – Amritsar, India
I had a chance to capture their innocence through my lens when I traveled to Amritsar, India. They were full of happiness, curiosity, and enthusiasm – just like the other kids. But what separates them from the others was their sincerity in dealing with a stranger. This happened when I was at the temple.… Continue reading Through the Eyes of a Punjabi Kids
I took this photo when I traveled to India - below is the tomb of Mumtaz Mahal and the Emperor. The Taj Mahal as a mausoleum were built with wealth and privilege fit for the majesty's.
It was again in one of my photowalks in the Corniche Park when I bumped these two. The park is near to my place and also it is near to the beach as well. I love the surroundings that's why I always go to this park. And there's no other place where you can… Continue reading How We Become Friends