Saturday, June 30, 2007

Pamalican Island


After an hour or so looking at the dolphins, we headed to Pamalican island. It's a small island about an hour away from Panglao. We were supposed to have lunch there but since we arrived early we were able to walk around and take photos of the island I prefer the beach in Pamalican than that of Panglao's... it has less sea weeds. :)

Friday, June 29, 2007



Ok, Back to Bohol... We booked a tour to see dolphins near Pamalican Island. I was hestiant at first to bring my cam along but heck, I don't get to shoot dolphins everyday! Good thing I had my 18-200 lens on my cam so shooting dolphins from afar was a tad easier. It was really difficult to shoot them since the boat was constantly moving with the waves and I couldn't really predict where the dolphins would pop out! Anyway, these are cropped shots already since they weren't that near at our boat.

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Benny & Mommy


I'll take a break from posting my pictures from bohol. This was taken a few weeks ago when I had a shoot at Grey Area Studios. Benny and his ever eager to help mom was there to help in the shoot! So while the model was preparing I took some shots of Deng with her little Benny boy! :D

Monday, June 25, 2007

Chocolate Hills


It was a bit surreal to see the famous Chocolate Hills with my very eyes. I only saw it in books and magazines before. Since I went there early June and it has already started to rain. Grass has begun to grow on the hillsides hence they don't look quite chocolatey. :)

Sunday, June 24, 2007

Loboc River


It has been a long time since i last updated this blog.. Anyway here is the continuation of my Bohol trip. Loboc river is the longest river in Bohol Island. We had lunch buffet on the Love boat pictured here. hehe. :)

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Inside Baclayon Church


This is how the church looks like from the inside. The tour guide said that there weren't chairs before for the town's people who attended the mass They all just stood in the middle during the entire duration of it. There were large benches along the sides of the church and she said that these were reserved for dignitaries of the town. There was an eerie glow of different colors from the inside of the church because of the stained glass windows and the mossy plastered wall.

Baclayon Church


Baclayon Church is considered as one of the oldest Churches in the Philippines. If I heard it right from our tour guide, it's the second oldest church to be established here. It was put up by the Jesuits during the 1600's and was later on under Augustinian priests.



I wasn't able to update this blog the last few days because I went to Bohol during the long weekend and just got back this afternoon. Anyway I'm too tired to post pics so this is just a preview of the next few photos to come. :) Heehee the Tarsier seems to be smiling for the camera in this photo. :D

Friday, June 08, 2007



This was taken at my friend's bar located along Visayas Avenue aptly called V-Bar... hehehe! :D

Thursday, June 07, 2007



This was taken a few weeks back in Eastwood City.

Wednesday, June 06, 2007



Tuesday, June 05, 2007



I had a meeting yesterday at Dencio's in Metrowalk. I hooked up my gorillapod on the railing at the second floor and fired away! for those of you who haven't heard of the gorillapod, you can check it out here. I bring it with me everywhere I go, so that even night time won't stop me from shooting! :)