Image taken using a Panasonic Lumix DMC-F2 and edited using Pixlr.
© The Traveling Reader, 2012.
First off, I’m not big into conspiracy stuff. My head would hurt at the mere mention of the word “theories”. The only thing I look forward to in X-Files is Mulder and Scully volleying back and forth ideas despite the latter being a reluctant sounding board (and also the underlying romance between them, probably). However, I do enjoy a good fiction as well as the next man. And I’m glad I picked up The Daykeeper’s Grimoire. It may not have changed much my opinion about conspiracy theories, but it did well in opening up my mind about certain possibilities.
Last Sunday saw me taking a chunk at a side of Manila that I’ve never experienced in all my travels to the country’s capital. Enjoy the pictures. 😀
La Mesa Watershed and Ecopark
Red. Like fire, our hope should keep burning that it is in our power to restore Earth to her former glory.
In the fields of green. Breathtaking. Beautiful. Heartbreaking.
Literally meaning “within the walls”, Intramuros, is not only a famous fortress but also a protector of unusual art forms.
Orange and green. Life looks different from the perspective of the ant — it’s green.
Rust. This must be the rabbit hole where Alice slipped into.
(I admit that for a minute there, I was admitted to follow suit though it would have been impossible to reach Wonderland as this was no gateway but the mouth of an old and rusty cannon. Hehehe)
Reds, oranges and some browns. The ceiling of the walled city’s entryway was a fascinating subject so I couldn’t help but go click, click, click.
For more of Intramuros, click here.
Images taken using my sister’s Canon Powershot A480 cam with editing done in Adobe Photoshop. Copyright by Pachuvachuva.
TRIVIA: Finally, a new category! I added photography to the list as I seem to be getting more and more hooked to the hobby. Shout out to all my friends: Heeeyyy..It’s almost December. Umm, an Olympus Stylus 1030SW as Christmas gift? *very big grin*