05 November - Walk
A new flower garden was opened inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. I have to say, their Landscape Architect (whoever that may be) did a very good job. 05 November - Walk
A new flower garden was opened inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. I have to say, their Landscape Architect (whoever that may be) did a very good job. 05 November - Walk
A new flower garden was opened inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. I have to say, their Landscape Architect (whoever that may be) did a very good job. 05 November - Walk
A new flower garden was opened inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. I have to say, their Landscape Architect (whoever that may be) did a very good job. 05 November - Walk
A new flower garden was opened inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. I have to say, their Landscape Architect (whoever that may be) did a very good job.

05 November - Walk

A new flower garden was opened inside the Quezon Memorial Circle. I have to say, their Landscape Architect (whoever that may be) did a very good job.

02 November 
I have a love for window seats. There are just moments during the flight when you look out a window and see something that makes you want to make the plane land (safely of course) and see that thing up close. 
Like when we passed over a tropical island paradise (first picture), I suddenly wanted to go to the beach.
*sigh* Oh well. Hello Manila. I’m back for some more torture. 02 November 
I have a love for window seats. There are just moments during the flight when you look out a window and see something that makes you want to make the plane land (safely of course) and see that thing up close. 
Like when we passed over a tropical island paradise (first picture), I suddenly wanted to go to the beach.
*sigh* Oh well. Hello Manila. I’m back for some more torture. 02 November 
I have a love for window seats. There are just moments during the flight when you look out a window and see something that makes you want to make the plane land (safely of course) and see that thing up close. 
Like when we passed over a tropical island paradise (first picture), I suddenly wanted to go to the beach.
*sigh* Oh well. Hello Manila. I’m back for some more torture. 02 November 
I have a love for window seats. There are just moments during the flight when you look out a window and see something that makes you want to make the plane land (safely of course) and see that thing up close. 
Like when we passed over a tropical island paradise (first picture), I suddenly wanted to go to the beach.
*sigh* Oh well. Hello Manila. I’m back for some more torture.

02 November 

I have a love for window seats. There are just moments during the flight when you look out a window and see something that makes you want to make the plane land (safely of course) and see that thing up close. 

Like when we passed over a tropical island paradise (first picture), I suddenly wanted to go to the beach.

*sigh* Oh well. Hello Manila. I’m back for some more torture.

01 November
Took pictures of the garden, because I was feeling senti. 01 November
Took pictures of the garden, because I was feeling senti. 01 November
Took pictures of the garden, because I was feeling senti. 01 November
Took pictures of the garden, because I was feeling senti.

01 November

Took pictures of the garden, because I was feeling senti.

31 October

Surallah, South Cotabato

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 1000D
  2. Aperture: f/11
  3. Exposure: 1/320th
  4. Focal Length: 58mm
30 October - Marathon
Family ran a marathon. Stayed behind because I can’t run *bitter*.  30 October - Marathon
Family ran a marathon. Stayed behind because I can’t run *bitter*. 

30 October - Marathon

Family ran a marathon. Stayed behind because I can’t run *bitter*. 

29 October - GenSan again.

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 1000D
  2. Aperture: f/5
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 61mm
27 October
We commuted around South Cotabato to distribute invitation letters to a quiz show our org is hosting. It was my first time to commute around the province (since towns are very far from each other). 
But everything went smoothly. All the tricycle drivers we encountered were helpful. We would have gotten lost if we took a private car. Everything was affordable too (one biyahe = 25 pesos by van).
Public schools were friendlier because of connections. We were very thankful to all the dedicated teachers and staff we met through it all.
Thanks to Hazel, Nisseth, and Topy for coming with me. 27 October
We commuted around South Cotabato to distribute invitation letters to a quiz show our org is hosting. It was my first time to commute around the province (since towns are very far from each other). 
But everything went smoothly. All the tricycle drivers we encountered were helpful. We would have gotten lost if we took a private car. Everything was affordable too (one biyahe = 25 pesos by van).
Public schools were friendlier because of connections. We were very thankful to all the dedicated teachers and staff we met through it all.
Thanks to Hazel, Nisseth, and Topy for coming with me. 27 October
We commuted around South Cotabato to distribute invitation letters to a quiz show our org is hosting. It was my first time to commute around the province (since towns are very far from each other). 
But everything went smoothly. All the tricycle drivers we encountered were helpful. We would have gotten lost if we took a private car. Everything was affordable too (one biyahe = 25 pesos by van).
Public schools were friendlier because of connections. We were very thankful to all the dedicated teachers and staff we met through it all.
Thanks to Hazel, Nisseth, and Topy for coming with me.

27 October

We commuted around South Cotabato to distribute invitation letters to a quiz show our org is hosting. It was my first time to commute around the province (since towns are very far from each other). 

But everything went smoothly. All the tricycle drivers we encountered were helpful. We would have gotten lost if we took a private car. Everything was affordable too (one biyahe = 25 pesos by van).

Public schools were friendlier because of connections. We were very thankful to all the dedicated teachers and staff we met through it all.

Thanks to Hazel, Nisseth, and Topy for coming with me.

25 October - School Visits

Now this is a 1:12 ramp

  1. Camera: SONY DSC-WX1
  2. Aperture: f/7.1
  3. Exposure: 1/1600th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

A friend picked me up from our house at around 11am. He treated me to lunch and we went to his house to watch some anime (a very old tradition of ours).

Then another friend came over (with her little brother) by 3 o’clock. Then she texted another friend to come over. 

I was suppose to leave at 4PM because of some org work and errands. They wanted me to stay. So I made a phone call to my parents that I would be home late.

I ended up going home at 9PM.

Meeting old friends is a lot of fun, especially if you haven’t seen them in ages. There was a time in my life when I was heartbroken over the fact that we had to leave each other behind. 

But during that hot afternoon, I realized that these friends of mine from elementary and high school have been with me for a very long time. It would take more than 6 years of separation to take our friendship away. I was very happy to find that no matter how long we don’t see each other, we’d still be friends.

October 22 - Jomamabe’s birthday celebration.

She’d probably get mad at me for posting her face here. But she was pretty that day. So oh well.

23 October - Going home.

GenSaaaaaaan!!!

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 1000D
  2. Aperture: f/13
  3. Exposure: 1/320th
  4. Focal Length: 86mm

20 October - Freshie plates

We were taking light measurements at the faculty area (ugh) and we spotted the first year plates lying about.

I wish I had their professors when I was in first year. My first year work is shit compared to theirs.

And I swear they get more talented every year. *proud* 

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 1000D
  2. Aperture: f/3.5
  3. Exposure: 1/30th
  4. Focal Length: 28mm

19 October

I couldn’t leave the house to watch Film 10 because of Arch 161 stress and this stupid rain that flooded my street.

My sister kept me from going out because I might get lepto, but seriously, if this kid can do it, so can I.

A truck charged by a few minutes after I took this, soaking my shorts. I was just glad it wasn’t the camera. But then, I’d probably get lepto anyway.

Annoyingly, it turned sunny after this. At least I got to pass our 161 plate.

  1. Camera: Canon EOS 1000D
  2. Aperture: f/5.6
  3. Exposure: 1/60th
  4. Focal Length: 86mm

14 October - Film 10 filming

The most frustrating part is that I didn’t get to watch the final product. *sigh*

It was fun being in charge of the blood.

  1. Camera: SONY DSC-WX1
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Exposure: 1/8th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm

13 - Ramirez Cramming

Take home exams are best done in groups.

  1. Camera: SONY DSC-WX1
  2. Aperture: f/7.1
  3. Exposure: 1/250th
  4. Focal Length: 4mm