Friday, July 30, 2010


Art work at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

Fr. Rudy 2

Sunday, July 25, 2010

Friday, July 23, 2010


This is the water in front of the Mansion in Baguio.


I'm fascinated by balloons. Whoever made them is a genius! This is a shot from Baguio.

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tuesday, July 20, 2010


I love dogs! Especially big ones who can tackle me to the ground! The St. Bernard is from Baguio. Although I feel a bit bad that he's being used for business, but still, doesn't he look so cool!


This pic was taken in Batasan right after typhoon Ondoy.

Monday, July 19, 2010

Friday, July 16, 2010


Bea is a Jesuit Volunteer assigned in Borongan, Eastern Samar.


Can you spell this flower? :D


This is the Gawad Kalinga Village in Aroroy, Masbate. From afar the houses look like toys especially with their bright colors.

Thursday, July 15, 2010


I find this little girl's smile very pretty. She's from Gawad Kalinga Aroroy. We should be reminded to smile more often, especially at the beginning of the day. Good morning folks!

Our Father

The Lord's Prayer is one of my favorite parts of the mass. It's the time when everyone, including strangers, get to hold hands in unity. Even better when you're beside your crush!


Halo-halo is one of the most popular dessert in the Philippines. It's a mixture of several ingredients including milk, banana, sago, gulaman, ube, leche flan, ice cream etc. Perfect for the summer or even the rainy season.


I get that we are all entitled to our own opinions, that we are allowed to express our faith, our beliefs.  But do we really have to judge? Who are we to judge? I have a lot of gay, bisexual friends and most of them are the best people I know. They're smart, kind, generous just like my other straight friends. Some of them are even more religious. So what's the difference? Their sexual preference? What is normal anyway? What is proper? I don't se my gay friends throwing stones at me for liking girls.

I'm not going to start a debate. Let's just all agree to love and stop the hate. To accept everyone for who they are. People are people. On some level we are all the same. Okay?

clothes line

Lake Sebu Falls

This is one the 7 falls in Lake Sebu. I couldn't get a closer shot because the crashing of the water was just too strong, my poor camera would get wet. So I had to settle for this. hehe.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010


He's one of RJ's kids in Gawad Kalinga Aroroy, Masbate.

Start your day with a smile guys! Good morning!


Let's pray that this doesn't happen again.

I think a lot of us are still recovering from the devastating effects of typhoon Ondoy last year. But already the start of the typhoon season is here. Are we ready?

Keep safe everyone!

sand and bamboo

This is where I want to be. Right now. This is the sand bar in Camiguin. I have fond memories of this place.I remember a couple of years back I spent half the day on this mini island on my own, with no one but my book and camera.

What I'd give to be back here, to leave everything behind for just a second, and just dive in or sleep under the summer sun.


I'm not really sure what kind of flower this is but I think it looks great. I saw it on my way to ADMU HS last summer. The rains are here and it will be more difficult to capture these kinds of moments. But it's okay, the rainy season has something to offer too, it has its own kind of beauty which I hope to capture when I'm not too lazy lounging around in bed.

bea and atit

former volunteers in Samar.


Photo taken from a convent in Bolinao.

happy birthday!

birthday cupcakes.


A student from Pax Christi Learning Institute in Mindoro. I found the scar on his face quite interesting.

calamansi race

Monday, July 12, 2010


Photo taken in Baguio.


After Ondoy.


This photo,taken in Lake Sebu, didn't turn out as well as I'd hoped. But it's okay I still love the vibrant oranges and yellows. It's so...happy :D


Here are people salvaging what's left of their homes after typhoon Ondoy.



A balloon vendor in Katipunan.


One of Pao's students in Milagros.


Taken during one of Noynoy's campaign events.

After the Storm

that's my boy

Another kid from Hillcrest, Cubao.

JVP Cross

Service that Builds, Social Justice that Empowers, Solidarity that Unites, Simplicity that Frees, Spirituality that Loves.


Butterflies in Chavit Singson's Balwarte in Ilocos.


A kid from Hillcrest, Cubao.


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