Category Archives: Sepia

Kids of Sitio Keumang

kids of sitio keumang

ON OUR way to the jump-off point  of our climb to Mt. Matutum, these kids, pushing a bamboo contraption, passed us by. Noticing that we were taking pictures of ourselves, they also struck a pose and gestured that I take a photo of them. Were they so happy to look at themselves in my cam.

Kahapon

kahapon

WHILE HIKING from Sitio Masasato, Bagacay, Alabel, Sarangani Province at about noontime yesterday, I saw this lone mango tree where the road bends. I have always found trees to be poetic. I pictured it as cover of a book or a music album, or a movie poster. It’s just very lovely to me.

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Old Man

I WAS in charge of photo documentation during our school’s celebration of Dr. Jose Rizal’s 150th Birth Anniversary.

I spotted this old farmer who helped us plant trees so I snapped a photo of him. Happy father’s day to him and to all the fathers who happened to come across this blog.

oldman

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Silip

kids peering through the window

 

“SILIP” IS a Tagalog word that means “to take a peek.” These kids peer through the window while we were having our noontime siesta at a classroom in Maasim, Sarangani Province

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The National Museum

The National Museum Facade

Pillars

Museum and the Flag

Location: National Museum, Manila, Philippines

 

I HAD a wonderful time at the National Museum yesterday. I am so glad that on my first time to enter the museum, I was able to enter some sections that are not usually shown to visitors. I have also shaken hands with a real scientist. All these make me think that the best things in life are indeed free.

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