Wow, that break went by really quickly. I'm back in Manila and back to work. Back to my loner's routine. More and more I find taking photos comforting. This is my usual day from morning to evening. Be amazed. Or bored. Whichever.:D
Work schedule can be very unpredictable. I had no idea when I might be able to go home again. So I decided to have a little photoshoot with her.
She was reluctant at first.
But I convinced her.
All the buses going to Cubao were full. So I took a bus going to Avenida and rode the LRT to Katipunan.
I left my bags and took a cab to Makati.
There's this beautiful garden right smack in the middle of the business district.
I'm not sure how I feel about these fake blossoms as a Christmas decor.
They're okay I guess.
The people responsible for maintaining the garden.
Reminds me of dumplings. I'm hungry.
Can you spot the hidden frog?
Then I visited the chapel.
The chapel's design is similar to that of UP's. It was dome shaped and open to let air in.
More Christmas decorations.
Even the stairs were line with poinsettias.
Fountain on the 2nd floor.
How very zen.
Then it was time to go home. Well, hello there Anne.
I fell asleep and woke up the next morning.
All alone in the room.
It was time to go to work.
Ah, Ateneo and your well manicured gardens.
There's a blue sky waiting tomorrow.
Outside the chapel, Christmas decors still hung.
Poor pet owners.
Inside the chapel.
On my way back to the office, I pass by the Church of the Gesu.
Thank you, God for canopies.
On my table, a picture of Batch 30.
and Ginger Beer.
We have fish magnets!
That's Martin and Rez actually working. Unlike some people.:D
That's ate mae's. She's resting at home.
Found at Glen's table.
I don't even know what these are.
We also have pictures of old volunteers.
and Kuya Rez the Bez!
Then it was time to go.
Light is best between 4 and 6pm.
Traffic going home.
I know how you feel, man.
Can't get over the light.
And the trees!
How could I ignore the Gesu.
and my running shoes!
Back to the Gesu.
This has got to be one of the most photogenic churches out there.
Everything washed in light.
This lampost means you're near the high school.
Why hello there.
Going to the high school.
That's the Moro Lorenzo Complex where I usually jog.
By the time I finished, it was already dark.
The high school hallways were kinda creepy.
Hey waiting shed.
The overpass to freedom.
Katipunan by night.
What a colorful house.