Every end of the month, I review the photos I have taken since the acquisition of my interest in photography, so let me share with you my 15 images project, an effort to further sharpen my skills in capturing unique moments and things while setting foot on a place I’ve never been before or even to a place I frequent in. 🙂 There will be 15 photographs that I will pick every end of the month, and all of them have my interesting story with it. Stay tuned! 🙂
Tomas Pinpin St., Binondo, Manila - A temple located in the corner of a street of the Filipino Chinatown
Sunken graden, UP Diliman - A rare scene where only two people are seen in the middle of this grass-deprived landscape.
Laoag, Ilocos Norte - A backhoe prepares the land for an excavation beside the Sinking Bell tower of Laoag, a future site of an SM mall.
Bocaue, Bulacan - Two horses simultaneously consume their merienda.
Dong Bei Dumplings, Binondo, Manila - A place where you can see authentic handmade dumplings.
Tayuman Station, Manila - A pink sunset envelopes the evening sky while I wait for the train.
Market, Market!, Taguig - A pile of books stacked uniformly in the shelves of this book shop. I love the smell of books!
Quiapo, Manila. - Five women sharing different facial expressions.
Home - Shinobu, our new dog, stares at me while shielding herself from the noonday sun.
Starbucks, Binondo. Glazed cinnamon swirls
Silang, Cavite - A really nice locally made table and chair set
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig - A seemingly weird berry I found while walking the streets of McKinley Hill
UP Diliman - Isaw and Gulaman
Quiapo, Manila - an open air eatery
Fort Bonifacio, Taguig - a rare type of Solanum tuberosum (potato)