I promised myself I’d try my best to go on photo walks every Sunday, but lately it just hasn’t been happening because I have been sleeping in on Sundays. Ahh, senior year has just been so stressful I cannot even begin to tell all of you how nerve wracking it has all been. Not even eight hours of sleep can get me to feeling alive and awake. Here, however, is the photo walk I went on when the weeks weren’t so full of school and org work.
I should really practice more. My hands are getting really shaky and I keep being overwhelmed by everything way too much. I need to get used to my camera again.
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In a city as small as Baguio, it gets difficult to find new places to explore because of how hidden these places seem to be. More often than not, people get attracted to or are prone to head towards the sights that are visible and popular. It’s not a bad thing, to be honest. The great thing about these places is that they come off as convenient and reliable.
But believe it or not, there are still a lot of other places to go to rather than the usual go-tos like SM and John Hay. If you’re in need of a fix for a completely different space, then this next series entitled ‘Hidden Gems’ will definitely be for you. Showcasing a few of Baguio’s hidden treasures, this series will hopefully give everyone a good reason to explore the city and find their own kind of escape.
“Strangers are endearing because you don’t know them yet.”
― Dejan Stojanovic Continue reading “Hong Kong Photodiary: Strangers”
“Innocence is a kind of insanity”
― Graham Greene