A woman walks with an umbrella shading herself from the intense sun while walking at Taman Pudu Ulu in Kuala Lumpur. 26 February 2015. Creative Image ~ Ashraf ShamsulCourtesy: The SUN Daily | Posted on 19 November 2017
BACK TO FISHING
BACK TO FISHING. Fishing enthusiasts and hobbyists are back fishing along Manila’s baywalk days after the area was reopened to the public after it was closed for a week to give way to the 2017 Asean Summit. Ey Acasio
Courtesy: Manila Standard
Water hyacinths choke Rizal town
State of calamity declared to clear Laguna de Bay, aid fishers
By: Maricar Cinco – Correspondent / @maricarcincoINQPhilippine Daily Inquirer / 06:30 AM November 18, 2017
A section of Laguna de Bay in the village of Looc in Cardona town, Rizal province, is covered by a thick bed of water hyacinths, isolating lakeshore communities there. —LYN RILLON
Courtesy: Phil. Daily Inquirer
Passion for Reality
Dagyang (MJ Camingay)
Michael John Camingay ,or MJ, grew up amidst the grandeur of creation, surrounded by magnificent mountains and captivating people in the town of Igbaras in Iloilo. It is no wonder his fascination for beauty and life also bloomed.
MJ’s curiousity about photography was initially piqued because of ruined memories. His mother lovingly recorded precious family moments on film. But because of the passing of time, neglect, and the humid climate, almost a sackful of prints were damaged, never to be recovered again.In a bid to replace the lost images, an intense desire to document their lives and the world around him developed in MJ.
When he got ahold of their family compact camera, his obsession in capturing the wonders around him intensified. He and his camera became inseparable. But he also dreamed of someday owning his own professional camera.
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