Saturday, November 26, 2011

A Past From a Present

These photos are in my photography gallery. Kind of nostalgic. It's like an old photograph of the present.

This photo is taken somewhere in Davao del Norte, Philippines. It became a past to us because this land was ours. But we have to give it up because it is very far from our home. This landscape had a vast rice field. Now, cavendish bananas is the source of income here.

This photo was taken by a bored person during lunch time. We had a seminar, and of course, having a break time with nothing to do will give you ideas to get out of boredom. And here it is! Two pairs of shoes.

The "El Salvador del Mundo Church". One of the oldest church here in Mindanao. Built in 1800's.

One of the ancestral homes in Camiguin, Philippines. A preserved ancestral heritage.

Thanks for visiting my blog. Happy blogging bloggers!

19 comments:

  1. walking here with a smile. take care.. have a nice day ~ =D

    Regards,
    http://www.lonelyreload.com (A Growing Teenager Diary) ..

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  2. A very creative blog! and a very creative way to use the lunch break, I loved that picture very much - and the idea :-))

    Love your blog! Keep it up...*smile*

    Greetings from Florida,
    Susanne

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  3. very cool pict, love your blog keep post..

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  4. Thanks for dropping by my blog. You have nice photos and I'm surprise you're from Davao, too!;)

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  5. been here supporting. :-) Nice shots!

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  6. was here today, very cool pics, I liked your pictures
    have a nice day
    great job

    From santosh

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  7. cool shot! My hometown is nearby Davao del Norte. amazing!

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  8. San ka ba sa Davao? Cool, another blogger na Davaeno.

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  9. cant wait to visit davao in december.

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  10. Great photos, I always liked to take pictures, but now, I only take pictures of my kids. :)

    Thanks for the visit..

    http://alexajeanne.info

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  11. Many thanks for your visit.
    Merci bien de ta visite.
    Muchas gracis por tu visita.

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  12. Superb pics you got on here! :D Like your blog! :D
    Just started to follow it! :)

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  13. The photograph of the shoes is great. The first one of the trees is beautiful.

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  14. I was very impressed by your photos, congratulations! Greetings from Italy!

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