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Fascinating Sunset of Today

By on April 14, 2017

I love photography, the course of capturing interesting subjects day to day in a more meaningful way, just shows my skill of dedication. Sunset is still the best subject to touch when it comes to the beauty of nature. I’ve tried all various camera angle shots at almost the same sundown time on different locations to create dramatic and magnificent shots. This will require lots of work but I’m willing to exert more effort to be back and capture the same subject at the same time on different day to compare the difference. Somehow, surprising differences  will surely comes out because the clouds formation and weather plays a big role here.

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Nasugbu Revisited

By on February 28, 2017

Taal Lake and Taal Volcano

Last December, the long holiday vacation gave us the opportunity to relax and chill. We went back to Tagaytay and from there, we went directly to Nasugbu Batangas. Furthermore, Nasugbu offers plenty of enjoyable beaches for visitors, When one thinks of Nasugbu, you’ll inevitably thinks of dining, beautiful beaches, mountains, cliffside, sunset viewing, Boating, Scuba diving and all activities to be enjoyed with. For more stories from previous posts

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The Best Viewpoint of Rizal Monument

By on September 7, 2016

The monument was constructed made of bronze and granite (1912) by Swiss Sculptor Richard Kissling. The Philippine National Hero Monument is the most photographed and visited monument. Taken at Rizal Park, Luneta Manila August 1,2016.

Dr. Jose Rizal Monument 1913

From the best viewpoint must be at  frontal view but I’ve spotted something unpleasant upon taking few snapshots, the building behind the monument at the right side (Torre De Manila) is completely ruining the landmark itself. To compare 2 photos taken at the same scene and the same subject. Of course I want it to come out at its best to achieve a good result.

Check the photos from above and below, you can spot the difference . My problem here is on how to hide the building behind it? Nevermind about some amount of controversy about the construction of the building, it was already there. Here’s I’m pointing the best location and convenient position to get a good viewpoint, different position at the same scene.

From the first photo above, thriving on such photography challenge, I’ve avoided to snap it in front,  getting to the right side with a bit distance will give a good result even though taken at dusk and you can see the black clouds at the background.

To get the precise effect I’ve been looking for, sooner, I get back to the same location at different time of the day to shoot again.  Whew ! Right time of the day simply offers more stunning scenes and photographic opportunities.

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Bayside Tour

By on November 15, 2011

Today is my free day and I’m searching for a place to relax in order to have a peace of mind and a place where I can spend hours of my time taking photos. All I need is a perfect spot where I can refuge to escape today’s hassle after a hard day’s work.

I found myself at this place,Manila Bay along Roxas Boulevard. It’s an hour drive away from home. What a welcoming glow! The sun is clear and the panoramic view is beautiful. It’s more beautiful now than ever before. This is not my first time to see this place but, I can’t even remember anymore the last time I’ve visited this place. That was years ago. It’s not only a place for pleasure now, it’s also a playground  for sports fanatics and relaxation. I did not arrange my time to shoot so to expect people will interrupt me. Sometimes, the presence of people is good because they serves as human element to make my view more dramatic and interesting.

No matter what kind of camera to capture,  splendid moments through lens is all that matters. I’m just doing justice to this beautiful place so allow me to make your viewing more memorable. I don’t want to stay on the same spot so I can get more sights and lots to share with my viewers. Let’s get started. Happy viewing!

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A great place to start. I photographed myself for a remarkable memories to remember.  I don’t want to make myself to be the  the center of interest,I just want my tour to be remembered.The tour was , however,  about much more than just a  photography, It’s a pleasure that my heart desires. You can see behind me the wide clear blue sky.

This is the monument of Dr. Jose Rizal,our national hero. If we talked about changes over the decades, This place is more developed now. a full swing of development.

You can clearly see here our Philippine flag.

A beautiful and a lush landscapes. At this area, I took a slow walk so I can figure it out the right angles in shooting. Never ask me about details, I’m not a pro. I’m still learning and practicing a lot during my free hours.

The presence of a car and  a man is a good element  that makes photography more interesting.

This is a Calesa, a horse drawn cab here in the Philippines. I photographed this in front of the restaurant.

What  do you think makes this place unique?  It reminds tourist that Philippines  has a lot to offer and that you can enjoy the beauty of nature and scenery.

What a beautiful sun.

The sun  gives me the right energy for the day.

I reached Manila Bay at this point around 3:30 p.m. I settled down here waiting for the sunset.

The amazing sun over Manila Bay is still up, I waited for the right time to catch the view before it will settle down.While waiting,  giving me more rest and ample time to go to the nearest restaurant and eat.

I’m sitting here in front of  the Bayside.For me, Today seems like a holiday.

I photographed again myself for the last time. This is the most memorable and dramatic picture  I’ve ever had. I’m waiting for the sunset. I was very happy to see myself but, not to  interrupt the sunset. It seems like a photo postcard.

I found the serenity I’ve been looking for; peace of mind, freedom of movement, privacy and meditation. If you are searching for a relaxing and healing place, this is the place not to be missed.

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I’m the subject of this article, I’m the writer and  the photographer. Let’s call it 3 in 1. I want  full details of these articles to be completed. I don’t want to miss complete details. This is just the part 1 of my story. The Part 2 would be ”THE AMAZING  SUNSET OVER MANILA BAY BLOG.” I will publish it next few weeks. I’m still in the process of choosing good photographs for you.  Thanks for stopping here.  

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