My shutter's take on nature, places, faces, and anything worth beholding!

Purple Hyacinth

Took this photo of a blooming and absolutely sweet-smelling Hyacinth at the university ground last Spring:   Hyacinth blooms from bulbs; You’ll see them in the Spring; A sweetly fragranced plant; Colors of pink, white, purple and blue; Intended to warm winter’s wrath; Never high maintenance; They’re very cheery and delightful; Harbingers of not-so-far-away Spring. …Continue reading

A Budding Gumamela

Hibiscus, or Gumamela in Filipino is is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. It is quite large, containing several hundred species that are native to warm-temperate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. I thought I may never see one here in the US but I was wrong.   I took …Continue reading

Withering Dandelion

Took a photo of a withering Dandelion several weeks ago here in our complex. Look how beautiful it is even if it starts fading away:   Amazing how this unwanted grass possesses so much beauty! This blog’s first time joining: Share! 🙂

Fiery Flowers in the Nightsky

After spending a whole lot of time tweaking this photography page I purchased two weeks ago, now, I am finally able to publish my first photography post, just in time for the return of Red Hot Mondays meme. Red Hot Monday it is and I am sharing some fiery flowers in the nightsky– the red …Continue reading

Hello world!

Welcome to my personal photography page. Finally, I’ve laid my hands down and decided to start publishing the shots I’ve taken that are worth sharing. I am no professional when it comes to photography, as a matter of fact, I only use point-and-shoot digital camera in all my captures, but I find solace and beauty …Continue reading

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