Went to La Mesa Eco Park today and tried to discover the smaller creatures in life. I just learned that they’re harder to shoot as they’re bratty models and are somehow choosy.

Photos by: Miguel Grande

I’m proud to say that I didn’t process this photos very much, just slight adjustment to the levels and curves.

3 years ago 3 notes

Last last week we had our senior’s retreat at Caleruega in Batangas. I took the opportunity to bring my camera with me during the retreat so I can actually try and practice my skills in long exposing landscapes. I suggest going there during the season as to where there are not much obstruction for taking photographs such as the weather, and go there on an ordinary day if you have plans to shoot. I only have a few photographs that I took from Caleruega due to the fact that I was sick during our retreat, time wasn’t on my side, and lastly, the weather did not cooperate. But I will surely remember the place for it has given me a lot to be scared about and I really enjoyed my short stay there.

I wanted to take a picture of the church in Caleruega but sadly, it’s raining there most of the time and I was too afraid of the church when going there alone late at night just to shoot it.

All photos we’re taken by: Miguel Grande.

3 years ago 6 notes

What’s over there?

Military Observations #2

3 years ago 1 note

Military Observations #1

I actually like the coat they’re wearing, I do think it’s fashionable. Somehow.

3 years ago 1 note

Tree House.

3 years ago 3 notes

Because “Rio de Janeiro” is only 8 hours away from Manila.

3 years ago 4 notes

Chinese Temple in Baguio.

3 years ago 8 notes

Candied Clouds.

Taken at the Subic Clark Tarlac Expressway. Thank you polarizer.

3 years ago 8 notes

Baguio on Fire.

Long Exposure.

3 years ago 4 notes

Forsaken

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