I’m a big fan of podcasts. I was surprised to know that podcasts have been around for quite a while now following the onset of the very… Read more “The How-To of Podcasts”
This was the very moment I was bitten by the travel bug. I remember hiring a bike for $2 and with a black and white, freshly photocopied… Read more “Travel Bug”
📍Alexandria • Sydney, Australia 📍Bonifacio Global City • Manila, Philippines 📍Nowra • Sydney, Australia 📍Melbourne, Australia 📍Abandoned Brewery, Australia 📍Sydney, Australia
The only way you can ever get me to run is when I’m running for my life. Stats: IOS/Android, Free In 2012, I was fortunate (:/) enough… Read more “Caj Reviews: Zombies, Run!”
One day, i may need to fight for something i believe in. But given how we all have been, I am not looking forward to that day.… Read more “Truth”
Grabe after the awesome views of laguna from mt. cristobal, we set off to descend, thinking it was “maliit na bagay”. originally a five-hour scenic tour, we… Read more “The Devil’s Mountain”
How To Draw A Fish
Ice & Snow Festival, Harbin, China
I was composing this shot when suddenly a plane unintentionally sky-writes the general idea of this fish installation, as it turned another direction. Talk about the scheme of small things.
St. Sophia Cathedral
A (Hole)istic View! Century Mall in Makati is easily one of my favorite malls to visit. I initially went there to check out the flagship store of… Read more “Hole In The Wall”
Surf & Sunsets
Taken at Breakfast at Juanita’s; a well established fixture in the Kapitolyo food scene. As soon as you enter, you get an overwhelming sense of nostalgia as scenes of your lola’s couch, afternoon bike rides and slow days, instantly hits you. You look beyond the confusing decor and attempt to identify yourself with any of the random things that seem to have exploded in the resto. I took a liking to these visually-lost vintage glass vases that sat behind our table. Took a bit of time, but sometimes you have to rummage through the old to look at things anew.
As the dawn broke into hues of orange and blue, I noticed a spider at the corner of my window. It instantly reminded me of a comic character as it silently watched the city wake up from slumber.
Monks & Money
Saw this amazing juxtaposition of old and new in Bangkok as I walked through its busy streets. His saffron robe stood out even against the heavily lit machines, claiming its prominence over modern convenience. This scene in itself is a representation of ambiguity and you wonder whether there are certain things monks choose to abstain from; a far cry from their predecessors who you see mostly asking for alms.