Monday, January 19, 2009

Ocbot caving

This came a long haul. An expression I got from a new Canadian flickr friend who now resides in Davao. I don’t quite get what this means but I guess he probably meant - for awhile. It’s true, this post is many months ago and only now that i strike a muscle so my fingers will start blogging again. Good for me, this well be my maiden posting for the New Year 2009. Yehey. And that comes without an exclamation point.
A day after the ‘Kadayawan’s indak-indak sa kadalanan’ stint, together with two of my officemates, Celio and Cris, we went to Sua-on, Kapalong, Davao del Norte through the invitation of our common friend Tonyo who happened to marry a local of the area.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Kadayawan '08

This was my first Kadayawan sa Davao’s indak-indak sa kadalanan participation and it’s a blast, as a photographer and not as a street dancer of course. The weeklong celebration was a grand array of Davao City’s diversed cultures and showcasing them as the selling point of the festivity. One can expect vivid displays of colors with the red, yellow and blue as it is the indigenous peoples dominant colors.

I joined the photo contest to get a different perspective in enjoying the activities of Kadayawan (and of course the prizes in store), capturing the festival’s sights and people at their astonishing visual splendors.

Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Paying forward

I am voting for Lagal[og] of his blog for the Philippine Blog Awards 2008’s  - Blogger’s Choice Awards.

Call it envy but really I turned green every time I logged on to lagal[og]. His travels made me wished I tagged along with him and his fellow blogger ironwulf, exploring the corners of the Philippines and Asia in such astonishing perspectives. The guy is such an inspiration. Just after I recuperated from my leg fracture (motorcycle accident), even in cane, I started travel photography and blogging.