It's day 2 with Hiro (Fujifilm X30). I stopped along the highway between Silay and Talisay just when the sun was slowly slipping the west side of the horizon. The weather had been temperamental for the last few days. The sky had cleared late in the afternoon and had turned into vibrant hues of orange, red... Continue Reading →
We waited for the sun to set at Bangui wind farm for as long as we could. Was dreaming of the windmills against a red-orange washed sky. It seemed to take forever. By six in the afternoon the sun was still lingering high over us. We decided to call it the day and head back... Continue Reading →
I have yet to find a more beautiful sunset than the one I found in Boracay. Well, maybe I need to have more luck catching sunsets in other places. It was either too cloudy, raining, I was too late or I wasn't there at all...
Found a shop that had Tribu slippers for sale... Since the ordinary flip flops seem to cost just as much (in Boracay), I grabbed a pair and took off my leather shoes. Atty. Det was looking for a pair of shorts and settled for a sundress instead. We were not exactly ready for the beach.... Continue Reading →