Escolta Portraits

First of all, it’s been weeks since I last updated my blog. But here I am, back and ready to post new stuff on my blog! Thanks for sticking and thanks to those who recently followed me.

Anyways, did a random walk around the Chinatown area and Escolta earlier. Then I’m glad that I was able to shoot portraits of my friends Ryan, Jenna, and Austin earlier in Escolta. What’s not to love in Escolta?? Hope you love these portraits as well. 

y Cellar
One of the few original signs of a structure in Escolta! Gotta shoot everything before history is totally erased from this place.

Cellar

One of the few original signs of a structure in Escolta! Gotta shoot everything before history is totally erased from this place.

Project Portraits: Ana

I asked her: "What do you love about the Philippines?"

She wrote: "The People"

Pangasinan Diaries: Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag

It was on my last day in Pangasinan when we visited the famous Our Lady of the Rosary of Manaoag. And we went there on a Sunday which was kinda chaotic. Aside from the fact that it’s a weekend, it’s also the day where people go to church. But I never regretted going here since I got to celebrate the Lord’s day in one of the most beautiful churches that our country has.

There were a lot of people from different walks of life who visit this church daily. It was nice to see everyone’s devotion to the church which really amazes me. Religion is really embedded within us, Filipinos, which can be traced back hundreds of years ago. 

Watch out for my part 2 post regarding the shrine of Manaoag.