Roadside View

Roadside View

Kryz and I took a spontaneous trip up Busay this weekend. With no destination in mind, we just drove on, enjoying the scenery. Until, we saw this. Tucked away behind a row of houses was this amazing view. Can you imagine getting up to that every morning? I was sans camera but luckily Kryz had hers with her so I was able to take this panorama to share with all y’all. ;) Click on the photo to get a larger view of the pano.

From there I contented myself to shooting with my camera phone. Here’s the glimpse I had of the scenery that made me immediately pull over. The gorgeous view aside, have you ever seen a more idyllic nipa hut?

This is the same photo with a little instagram-love. Oh yes, hefe.

We stayed until the sun was well below the horizon, just taking it all in.

Enjoy!

Jack x

Good Morning, Cebu!

I’ve lived in Cebu my whole life and I’ve never seen the city covered in fog. Then again I’ve never been up at 5am to look outside my window before either. Good morning, Cebu!

Jack

 

P.S. taken with my iPhone edited on instagram :)

iPhoneography

I’ve noticed lately that when I’m just hanging out with family and friends, and something makes me smile or I want to remember that moment, most of the time I find myself reaching for my phone more often than my camera. Especially when something unexpected happens.

With so many photo apps available it has become so easy to just snap away and have fun with taking pictures. My two best friends and I have even started a new blog, a photo journal of sort using photos taking with our camera phones. After all, the best camera is the one you have with you.

So what do you do with a camera full of photos? Here are 5 fantastic ideas on how to display your new works of art. Got to love photojojo.

Enjoy!

Jack