Tag Archives: photography

Life is a Beach

5 May

Here I am again posting some pictures from my Saranagani Province adventure. What can I say? I am in love with the place. 🙂

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My Davao Life

27 Apr

Hello guys. I know it’s been months since my last blog.

I’ve been in Davao for a month now and I am working as a medical representative. It’s hard because it’s a new place and I don’t know how to speak Bisaya but I’m enjoying my stay here. And I am now in love with the city.

So here are some pictures of my life here in Davao. 🙂

The crocodiles at Crocodile Farm

The crocodiles at Crocodile Farm

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No Make-Up Look

25 Nov

Fresh and simple. 🙂 Beauty can’t be seen with make-ups on. It should be natural and comes from within. 🙂

Newest Blog Site

6 Jan

So I’ve told you yesterday that I’m going to make another blog, a photo blog. I can’t wait any longer so I’ve already made a photo blog. Hahaha. 😀 So, here’s the link My World in Photographs .

Please do support it. I hope you’ll follow it too. 🙂

Photo and Travel Blog

5 Jan

I was browsing some Photo and Travel blogs here in WordpPress early this morning. I was stunned by the beauty of the world through their photo blogs. Like them, I also love to travel. I also love to take photos. I have four cameras; an automatic Olympus camera (a vintage one, I use 35mm film for this camera), an Exilim Casio Camera (digital), Diana F+ Lomo Camera (I also have fish eye lens for this. I use 120mm film here) and a Nikon Coolpix Camera (semi-pro). I’m only using my Nikon and Diana F+ for now ’cause those two are my favorites. I’m planning to buy a DSLR camera when I already have a job. Mind you guys, I am not a professional photographer and I don’t know if you’ll like my shots. It’s just a hobby. And it makes me happy.

I was thinking if I should make my own photo/travel blog. Actually, I am already planning for this. When I come back, I want to have my own photo/travel blog. But I still have to think of my blog’s name, description, etc.

But before that, I want you to look at some of my shots.

Tree


Sunset in Nagbalayong Beach -- Nagbalayong, Morong, Bataan, Philippines


Skyline -- Balanga, Bataan, Philippines


Paris -- One of my dream destination


Keanu -- my baby, my dog


Mariveles Mountain


Dambana ng Kagitingan, Mt. Samat -- Pilar, Bataan


Boracay, Philippines

New Year. New Theme.

5 Jan

It’s been awhile since I last changed my WordPress theme. Since, it’s already New Year, I’ve come to think of having a new theme for my personal diary/blog. So yesterday, I looked for more than a hundred themes here in WordPress and finally fell in love with BUENO theme. I think it’s the most appropriate theme for my blog’s title, I Am Ms. Brightside. What do you think?? And I also added a header photo to show my love for sunsets. There’s something about it’s beauty that I can’t explain. Aside from that, I’m also in love with nature and photography. Yes, I took the photo above!!! You can check out my post entitled, Sunsets.

Have a good day everyone. 🙂

Mt. Samat (Dambana ng Kagitingan/Shrine of Valor)

27 Nov

It all started when I made a list of places I’ve want to visit in the Philippines. I called my friend and asked him to come with me and then he invited his cousin(he’s also our friend). So yesterday(Nov. 26), we went to Mt. Samat together with other hundreds of Bataenos for the Diocese of Bataan’s Annual Pilgrimage. It took us almost 3 hours of non-stop walking/hiking before we reached the peak of the mountain.

I’m from Bataan, and I’ve been to Mt. Samat twice but I don’t have pictures. So this’s the third I’m going to the historical mountain in Bataan. The Mt. Samat! As you can see in the pictures, there is a giant cross at the peak of the mountain. This is symbol of heroism of the Filipino soldiers who fought for the Filipino’s independence against the Japanese colonization. Former President Ferdinand Marcos was the one responsible why we, Bataenos, have this historical place. FYI, he’s one of the Filipino soldiers. It is also one of the most beautiful places here in Bataan aside from the beaches, forest, hanging bridge, etcetera.

Aside from the giant cross (also known as Dambana ng Kagitingan / Shrine of Valor), there is also a museum. You can see photos of the World War II, different kinds of guns, bombs and the likes which they used during the war. There is also a big map of the peninsula of Bataan.

It’s not easy going to Mt. Samat. It hurt my feet. I almost had an astha attack. I almost gave up but I still tried. When I reached the peak, there was a strange feeling. A feeling of euphoria. It felt like my dream were coming true. Going to Mt. Samat gave me strength to face the challenges I have to face in life. The only reason I’d decided to go there was to travel. It’s just for fun and adventure. But you know what, this one simple travel of mine to Mt. Samat taught me TWO things:

IF YOU WANT TO REACH THE TOP OF YOUR SUCCESS, YOU HAVE TO WORK HARD AND FACE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS.

and;

NEVER GIVE-UP YOUR DREAM WHATEVER COMES YOUR WAY. 🙂