It has been years or months I could not count since I tried writing again. If you will notice, most of my posts are my photos that I include in the weekly challenges.
Honestly, I forgot writing. I lost the interest of writing. I could not see and feel my passion about writing anymore. After series of putting up blogs, “failed blogs” about specific niches- I quit writing a blog.
It’s phonoegraphy month, and what do we love to photograph with our cameraphones? Food. So why fight it? This week’s theme is “lunchtime.”
Posting here a photo that I just captured as of the moment.
As Sunday is the only time that I get to spend quality time with my family, I made sure that there is always something special for the week.
Sunday lunch time with my mom and sis at Pizza hut, Philippines.
No I would not dare to miss our First phoneography challenge!
“To kick this off, grab your phone and head out the door. That’s right — get on your feet and go outside to explore — and document — where you live. I want to see your neighborhood: The path you take for your daily morning run. Your local coffee shop or dive bar. The nearby alley of street and community art. A shot of the intersection that perfectly captures the bustle of your own corner of town. Or a serene landscape view of your village:”.
and here is my piece.
This is the typical environment I go everyday, except that It was raining today.
I took these photos while I am about to go home.
This week’s photo challenge is guest hosted by Christopher Martin.
Lost in the Details. This challenge is about getting lost in the details. Once you’ve found a subject you want to photograph, challenge yourself to work a little further into the scene.
SHARE A PHOTO THAT MEANS LOSTS IN THE DETAILS TO YOU!
Lost in details. My First entry for this month.
I took this photo last January 2013 during an ecological photo-shoot which I volunteered to join. I must say that it takes patience for a photographer to capture a detailed post of its subject. You have to patiently wait for the perfect timing to click your camera and spot the best post ever.
Here I am again writing the hardest post ever, “The Comeback post”,I have been out of blogging for almost two months and writing this entry seems so tough.
I was gone because I had to deal with some important things in my life. I had encounter a serious struggle with life plus add the work which made me busy as well over the past two months. I thought I could not really get back into writing. I tried writing several posts before but those were kept on my draft, unpublished. Honestly, I could not find my pace in writing, no matter what I do, I just couldn’t fit the words and my thoughts and I thought it was the end of my blogging career. Continue reading →