Month: March 2011

Chocolate Hills And The Smallest Monkey in Bohol

25th of February 2011, 10:00pm – we were all gathered in Pier uno, Cebu City for our small weekend trip to Bohol. Too bad, we waited for like 1 hour and a half for the departure of our small slow craft boat. Whew! I guess we were meant to get tired before we get to Bohol. Well, everything goes fine as we sailed for almost 5 hours adrift to the sea of – i dont know what its called anyway, as we finally stopped we were having this plan to take note of which foot first stepped on the surface of Bohol, mine is the right. hehe Its like late 4am dawn as we wander around the port heading to the city to finding somewhere to rest and to take a shower until we end up in a tapsilogan station. We waited for the van to pick us up. It was around 7am where we finally settled on our hired van. Taken from the beach resort of Panglao, Bohol. Early in the morning we rush to the resort …


LOMOGRAPHY is the term refer to photography that emphasizes casual snapshots, sponteneity, ubiquity, randomness, and close-ups, rather than being concerned with the technicalities, aesthetics, and the conventional world of photography. I am so fascinated with how a toy-camera-look-a-like would create much artistry rather than using the ever famous photoshop for creating vivid and vibrant vignette look. Been browsing for lots of different photos with unique colors and found out that some of it are just a product of  – lets say a plastic camera, its actually a LOMO camera. Its just so amazing how you can express your artistry by doing manual shots using films. Heres some photo shot taken from a lomo camera.