Sunset In The Province

Did I already tell you how I get crazy about things I find fascinating? Yeah?! Well, if you’re already fed up by the sunrise photos, here’s the sunset.

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Sunset in the province. I find it both beautiful and sad.

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Sunset and sugarcanes. I know it's not visible enough but the foreground is a sugarcane field. I miss those days long ago when life is so simple and the only that bothers me at the end of each day is how to explain my scratches and bruises to my parents after playing in the fields the whole day. Life was so much easier back then.

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The first mountains I climbed.

This is where I grew up. This is where I started to dream.

All photos were taken using Samsung S5, no filters added. [•_•]

A Little Crazy About Sunrise

I am a bit crazy about sunrise (and sunsets). In fact, I am a bit crazy about everything I find beautiful and fascinating.

Although I have a DSLR camera, I haven’t really been practicing lately. These photos were taken using Samsung S5 (no filters added). I must admit I am amazed by S5’s photo quality which I did not really expect. I still love Sony but S5 is starting to grow on me. ♡♡♡

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Here's the other photo. One thing I wish S5 has is the panorama shot (which my old Xperia has). I would love to take panorama shots on this phone but...

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Tañon strait. Taken between the Islands of Negros and Cebu. I was bored and noticed the sunrise so I decided to take photos instead.

I have a lot more to share if you’re not annoyed enough. If this app keeps up, I might finally be able to update this blog more. ☆♡☆♡☆

Aerial Views

I recently traveled home and as always i paid extra for seat reservation. It is worth it though considering the view i get for less than Php150.

Aerial view of Mactan, Cebu.

Aerial view of Mactan, Cebu.

Cotton candies.

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I always make sure to get a window seat when I travel. It’s not just to enjoy the view. It is also a way for me to divert my attention from the fact that I am thousands of feet in the air, inside a pressurized metal that may or may not drop from the sky and incinerate me into nothingness. 🙂

I haven’t posted any photos for a while now. I am having problems uploading the photos. I’m glad these three uploaded without much of a hassle via my xperia. Anyway, these photos were taken using my Samsung Galaxy tab and to be honest, the quality did suprise me. I was expecting more grainy, blurry shots. This is an improvement.

Hopefully I can upload my photos soon. 🙂