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15 images project: Chapter 1

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. šŸ™‚ 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! šŸ™‚

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)

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About Peculiarhours

Byron is a 20-year old photo hobbyist who still shoots film. He likes spontaneity, traditional art, good food and reaching new places.

Discussion

20 thoughts on “15 images project: Chapter 1

  1. wow. simple things that we often overlook. great way to capture with your eye Byron! šŸ˜€

    Posted by Ed | October 5, 2011, 2:06 pm
  2. Shinobu is such a charmer šŸ™‚ You have the eye, Byron. An unsolicited advise though – go out of the box of convention and practiced meter! Way to go.

    Posted by princesslykie | October 5, 2011, 2:34 pm
  3. Now I am starting to appreciate photography..=)

    Posted by chinchan | October 5, 2011, 3:52 pm
  4. Uy this is a nice project, and it’s a little different unlike the Project 365 na super gasgas na and wala namang nakakatapos. =))

    I think you’re the only person I know who still shoots in film so that’s a good thing. Keep it up! =)

    I should think of a new project din by next month.

    Posted by Robbie | October 5, 2011, 5:29 pm
  5. I have tried using this “The Morning After” design but it just won’t work for me. I liked the way it looks good on your blog, though. ^^

    Anyway, you are doing it right. Just keep on taking pictures. Mastery comes from doing it over and over and over again.

    Posted by Grammar Killer | October 6, 2011, 11:19 pm
    • I had so much issues regarding this theme too. But I can say contentment solved all of it. I just have to settle what this free blogging platform has to offer. Thanks! šŸ™‚

      Posted by Shinobbu | October 7, 2011, 7:22 pm
  6. Cool top 15 photos! Fave ko yong pic of the berries with macro thingy and bokeh. Keep shooting! šŸ™‚

    Posted by Elal | The Shades of Grey | October 6, 2011, 11:43 pm
  7. Ang galing mo with film!

    Hokei, yung sa Sunken Garden kakatapos lang ba ng UP Fair niyan? Or this month mo lang ba tinake lahat ng photos? Nasa UP kasi ako almost every week pero hanggang Maskom lang so di ko nakikita Sunken pero from my football / touch rugby days alam ko na ganyan ang itsura ng Sunken after UP Fair. Hahaha.

    Posted by aylablahs | October 8, 2011, 1:55 am
    • Thanks ayla! Hmm yup tama ka dyan halos katatapos lang ng UP fair yun, all of the photos here are from my archives hehe šŸ˜› i’m trying my best to shoot religiously para wala nang backlogs.:) Masaya mag UP fair! Nakapagfair ka na naman siguro no? Lol anong ginagawa mo sa maskom at dun ka lang napapadpad? šŸ˜€

      Posted by Shinobbu | October 8, 2011, 5:08 pm
      • I take over my Boss’ class every Thursday pag wala siya šŸ™‚ Tatlong beses na ko nag-UP Fair pero yung isang beses nasa labas lang kami, 2010, yun din yung year na nagkagulo sila ng fatale with the jejekids.

        Posted by aylablahs | October 10, 2011, 2:19 am
  8. Beautiful photos! The one shot at Market, Market could’ve have been a cover for CD released in the 90’s. Very pop art-ish.

    Posted by Drew | October 8, 2011, 5:00 pm
  9. wow, great attention to details! i like the quiapo pic with 5 women. and the pink sunset too. so dramatic.

    Posted by Pinoy Travel Freak | October 10, 2011, 6:58 pm
  10. I’ve been looking for your tumblr kuya and is it deactivated ? :O anyways, I LOVE THIS POST :D! It’s so nice since you can walk around anywhere with your camera, while I’m stuck here the whole sem. I plan to go out and take pictures this sembreak šŸ™‚

    Posted by flomina | October 11, 2011, 1:06 pm
  11. Huwow. I can’t get enough of your photos. Beautiful.

    Posted by perfectlylonelysoul | October 16, 2011, 10:25 am

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