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Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Casa San Pablo

Casa San Pablo
San Pablo City, Laguna

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

I can't stop, don't care if I lose

Baby you are the weapon I choose

Sunday, 24 April 2011

There's so much life when morning comes

And it's real - the silence.

[Photo taken at: Oblation Plaza, Quezon Hall,
University of the Philippines Diliman,
Quezon City, Philippines
Photo taken on: April 26, 2010]

Friday, 22 April 2011

Back again to photo-enhancements.

Maybe I'm just bored or so, but I'm back again to editing photos. This first one attempts to be vintage (but rather, pinkish). Oh, and you might notice that I put on a new watermark.

This one and the other below it attempts to achieve the look of lomography. I'm not sure if it really does, but I like the contrasts.

Saturday, 26 February 2011

The itch.

I'm coming out of my cage

And I'll be doing just fine
Gotta gotta get down because I want it all

P.S. I want to post a lot of photos here again. I wish I could have all the time. :))

Sunday, 30 January 2011

Going (a little bit) tribal.

Last Friday, I modelled for our regional organization (UP SOCCSKSARGEN) for Kalye Kultura organized by the International Club of UP. It was an event where regional and cultural organizations in the university (well, not all of them; there were only 8 who joined, really) diverge, set up booths, showcase food and stuff.
I'm supposed to be T'Boli or Manobo. I'm not so sure; perhaps it's a mixture. I wore two malongs, as a headdress and a sash, and propped up a T'Boli necklace on my neck. I think it's pretty plausible. My face is a little crappy. I wasn't able to sleep much (just two hours, in the afternoon) because I spent the whole night preparing for my Political Science 180 (Introduction to International Relations Exam) which I think turned out quite well. I think I need to arrange my time and be more productive in less hours. I have to sleep early everyday. :|

Sunday, 28 November 2010


If you fall in love,

will you hold on to it?

Saturday, 13 November 2010


are the churches of the artistic eye.

[Building: Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage Parish
Location: East Roxas Ave., Dadiangas, General Santos City, Philippines]

Friday, 5 November 2010


If I could put the world only above my five fingers,

I'd squish it and create a new one.

Friday, 15 October 2010


Because we're all waiting...

For our old selves to come back.

Sunday, 3 October 2010

Strawberry Vanilla.

Tell me if it rains vanilla.

I'm going to pick a lot of strawberries and we'll make ice cream.

Friday, 24 September 2010

Sunset Dreams

The sun goes down again,

To give way to another glorious night.
We will all sleep again.

Tuesday, 31 August 2010


There's that sudden glimmer,
There's that sudden glow.

But after all the playful shimmer,
Where in this tricky world did it go?

Monday, 16 August 2010


Together, it doesn't feel right at all.
Together, together we've built a wall.

Together, holding hands we'll fall
Hands we'll fall.

[Photo: Benitez Hall, College of Education, University of the Philippines Diliman]
[Text: "Together" - Avril Lavigne, Under My Skin]

Monday, 9 August 2010


Alone I ponder, I sit, thinking

Of a better way to escape these walls,
a better way to steal back my own imagination.

[Actual person in picture is Marco Mangayayam.]

Sunday, 18 July 2010

Your James Dean glossy eyes.

And I know it's complicated
But I'm a loser in love so baby
Raise a glass to mend all the broken hearts
Of all my wrecked-up friends.

Monday, 5 July 2010

Summing up June 2010.

June 2010 was classy.
And documenting it started with a bang.

June 04, just before my birthday. As I was silently lying in bed in Tita's house (and yes, mom and I finally got a bedroom inside), Pie sent me a message and suddenly invited me to go to Greenhills Shopping Center with Bryan and Nicole. And so we were there. That week, Dad was here too for yet another PNB seminar. So after that we went to Megamall and met Dad. On my birthday, which was the next day, was Dad's last night in the metro. So we, he and my mom and I, had a whole roast chicken at Kenny's to celebrate my birthday (where I came from a very tiring photoshoot, earlier posts).

We discovered Yogurt Froz, another expensive yogurt ice cream thingy, at Hobbes and Landes. Perfectly yummy. <3

June 16 was the Freshie Concert, where we in the organization assisted Block 2 to go to the UP THeater for that event. Many as we are, we were only able to assist one blockless freshie at the moment, while Block 2 enjoys their Math class.

First GA at the org for the sem. This is how we do it.

Neo-PolSci Majors' Day. June 21. We were there for Block 2 and the rest of the new members of the Political Science community. :)

Kriscell and I.

I thought the Erap wristband died ages ago.


I desi

June 22. Went to SM City North Edsa with Cedez. Dilly Bar is love. <3

June 25, Friday afternoon, was time to Overhaul: the UP Political Society Applicants' Orientation. And yes, there are what, 16 or 17 or so that many as it is, applicants for this semester. Kinda scary yet moving. :)

By June 28, Monday, Marco and friends ambushed me and dragged me to the insides of Katipunan Avenue, for an hour of Rockband and for an eternity of debt accumulation. :( Yes, it was indeed fun and I enjoyed the drums and the bass, but not the heavy rain that made us wet after.

The Fender Stratocaster. Epic.

Jella. And her epic hair.

So wasted.



Owen and Archelle. Probably one of the weirdest couples I had ever known. Yes, they're pretty normal and cute, but somehow sometimes I find them weird.
June 29 was no-class-tomorrow night. It was intended for Molave's Talent's Night by new residents. But something unforeseen ocurred and it ended up into one of Molave's happiest night this month: the Grand Molave Chain. Basically, it is still the Talent's Night, minus the formality of the event.

Can I enumerate us? No. I don't think I can. Basically we're last year's batch of newbies at Molave (except for Tabel, the only girl in the picture with the glasses since she's like Batch '05 by student ID).

The Molave Oldies: (from left) Wang, Fabs, CJ, Brenda, Rommel, Tabel.

Rommel Sherwin. And all that fat.

Max. Mark. Whatever. I still like to call him Gabriel (geybriyel). I'm not used to calling other people Mark, primarily because it's what my long-time friends call me, until now.

Tara. She could have been flaming in her dress.

From left: R-Jay, Veyellah, Brent, and Nice.

Oh. I might as well just miss everything out.
June simply was another month for me. But then, it's not another lame one.