I know it’s the same line I’ve been repeating for the last years — during the, what 3, 5 years? Then again, things should be turned around and this time, now that I’ve finally have a photoblog, I have absolutely no excuse to not complete my Project 365 that has been always neglected. Anything goes!
As for the first two days, here are my posts:
A shot of how my new year went… not too much of fireworks, big family talks and just plain happiness of being with them.
One of the most charismatic women I know. I just know she’s gonna bring lots of inspiration to the people she’ll encounter in the future.
Just in case the world does end today, I would mind regretting not having posted random photos from the past few weeks. Hrhr. Anywaaay, life’s pretty much the same everyday except that Christmas is coming!
So I just browsed through my blog and realized that I haven’t posted anything for almost a week! And suddenly I went, albeit only in my thoughts, “what sorcery is this?!”
The following photo is something I’ve already posted in my Tumblr. It’s a cityscape somewhere in Greenhills during our recently held family reunion. It’s only one photo… however, I’m gonna post a set later, a more colorful one, during a family trip also.
Following a tiresome whole day of Multimedia class, an eventful night has taken over during the night as my parents and I went straight to PhilamLife Theater to watch a benefit concert entitled “Ranga” for the reconstruction of my mother’s hometown’s parish Church. I imagined it to be another boring classical music event but lo and behold(!) it wasn’t. Performers included The Nightingales (Bianca Lopez, Jackie Ramos, Twinkle Prietos), Isay Alvarez and Noel Cabangon.
Isay Alvarez was perfect to lighten up the mood during the event. She even teased the audience of being shy and quiet because we were unresponsive when she was making her spiels in front. But then, Isay being a good performer, she easily got the us singing with her and even went to the center part of the theater. The Nightingales performed magnificent renditions of three Phantom of the Opera songs and what left me in awe was Twinkle’s “Phantom of the Opera” version! All throughout the concert though, the part that has brought big smiles on the audience’s faces and hearts was Noel Cabangon’s segment. With family members hailing from Panganiban, Catanduanes, where the parish was built, there was the Payonhon bloodline in him and was proud to be one as he has described however he hasn’t been able to visit the province yet. We are hoping we can see and watch him perform next year during the fiesta!
I’m too tired to talk and I feeling a bit hazy but anyway…
Last Wednesday was my first time to attend a photography class… though it’s a part of our Multimedia course. We were instructed to find photos of still life, colored and b&w, so we dispersed according to each of our own agendas. Right after was a slideshow of what each had chosen for the class to see and I must say everyone’s photos were great! Conditions were: 1) black and white or colored still-life/portrait (colored only for this, not sure though. Haha) photos, 2) unedited, and 3) taken in auto.
As for mine, here’s the other photos I took which I passed on the day itself…
…and what nearly made to a personal “the chosen ones” list
This was supposed to be the photo that should’ve passed for our first plate but then Antel ”enlightened” me of that little leaf part on the right…