Maybe this is a way of my camera telling me to use it more often. For months, I haven't been on the streets that much. And if I were, there's nothing that interests me. Whenever I try to take a portrait of someone on the streets, they tend to make gang and peace signs with their hands when they see a camera. I love peace, don't get me wrong. But I bet it would be better to take pictures on the streets where no one really cares if you have a huge camera, if you are blind, mad, or a giraffe.
Yesterday I had three rolls of film developed and scanned. Here I am posting two of them.
And so last month my family went to Subic.
Matmat, the fish.
Kate with her instax, cool camera this is. And Jaymee the photo bomber.
Patrick and Squidward.
Momon the fruit ninja.
Marie and I went to MMLDC in Antipolo to see their aviary. We were surprised not by the birds but by the food they served.
Parrots, they greeted us with "hello" then asked questions like "kamusta ka?" and "kumainka na?"
Marie at Starbucks Intramuros
I still have a roll of black and white film, but it is still being rescanned as of the moment. The people at Fujifilm Alphaland had them scanned wrong. Which is also annoying.