The Metekhi Church in Tbilisi

One outstanding feature of Georgia (the country) is the abundance of very old churches and monasteries.  Almost every major city has a medieval era religious structure usually built on photo-perfect locations on top… Continue reading

Brook under a Rainforest

We took the challenge of the 4-km Mountain Trail at Eden Nature Park in Davao City in August.  I and my 3 kids hit the trail early in the morning, had a leisurely… Continue reading

Spectators, Vendors and Street Sweepers

The annual Kadayawan Festival of Davao City (celebrated on the 3rd week of August each year) is a treasure trove of exciting pictures for budding and professional photographers.  I was fortunate to be… Continue reading

Faithful Wells and Distant Bells

There is something about wells and bells that evokes strong memories and emotions, making them interesting subjects in photography. How wishing wells evolved suggests a belief that some wells have mystical powers other… Continue reading

Still Life & Random Objects #8

Majority of the photos I’ve collected are those of scenes and landscapes but, from time to time, while looking at a scenery, certain objects or structures stand out and catch my attention and eventually get… Continue reading

Three Restaurants

I’m not very fond of using the flash even in indoor photography because I feel that it somehow distorts the resulting photo and I end up editing them in any case.  So I… Continue reading

Tropical Fruit Facts and Legends: Pomelo – The Fruit of Reunion

Fruit with Many Names The largest of all citrus fruits and native to South-East Asia , the pomelo (Citrus maxima or Citrus grandis) comes with many other names in English including pummelo, pommelo, Chinese… Continue reading

Experiments On Texture

Texture plays an important role in photography especially in monochromatic detail photographs of objects where, aside from the lines and shapes and color shades in the photo, the texture of the subject’s surfaces… Continue reading

My Lucky Canberra

A Lucky First I consider Canberra, the capital city of Australia, my lucky city.  It was in 2004 when I first visited this beautiful city and it was here where I clinched my… Continue reading

Still Life & Random Objects #7

Majority of the photos I’ve collected are those of scenes and landscapes but, from time to time, while looking at a scenery, certain objects or structures stand out and catch my attention and eventually get… Continue reading

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