Title: Prickly Lantana Smiling Flower Date: June 2017 Camera: Samsung Galaxy J1 (2016) Location: CCT Tagaytay Impression: I enjoy looking at nature’s beauty everywhere I go. In this generation, we are so busy in living life. We are catching up time to do all our task. Looking in this simple beauty can give a moment of being grateful, peace… Continue reading Smiling Small Flowers
Title: Flaura Bella Date: March 2017 Camera: Samsung Galaxy J1 (2016) Location: DLSU-D Impression: Whenever I am walking in the university, i can’t help to notice the beautiful flowers along the way. I was so happy to capture it. It turned out great with just using my J1 phone. 😀
Title: Bridge to Nature Date: April 1, 2016 Camera: Canon Power Shot SX120 IS Location: De La Salle – Dasmarinas University Impression: This is my first time to go across this bridge. I spent my April’s Fools Day in the university for a research on my post graduate studies. I love my eco-friendly university!
Title: Blooming Stargazer Date: July 15, 2015 Camera: Canon Power Shot SX120 IS Location: Our Front House Impression: Usually, I see stargazer flowers bloom in December. So, I am curious why it’s so blooming in July. I asked my mom. She told me that it because of a week of raining. The plant was nourished well and… Continue reading Stargazer Flower
Batangas is a neighbor province of Cavite like Laguna. It’s a 2-3 hours ride from Dasmariñas, Cavite to Anilao, Batangas. Mabini, Batangas is a home to Anilao. Anilao is well-known as the “scuba diving haven” in the Philippines. This place features a remarkable marine biodiversity that makes it famous also for Foreign tourists. I’m currently… Continue reading Travel! : Anilao (Mabini, Batangas) 050115
Title: Dwell on Blue Location: Ternate, Cavite (Philippines) Date: November 13, 2011 Impression: We’re waiting for the sunrise. It’s so good to feel the sea early in the morning. It takes your stress away. Its infinite beauty makes it a serene dwelling place.
May 14, 2011 Have a view of Matabungkay, Batangas beach from a balsa (floating bamboo raft) . 🙂