It’s not you, it’s me.
Okay, so maybe you’ve got something to do with it. But I just seem to like Tumblr so much more.
I had to take a break from studying. Listening to this song is a great way to spend the next few minutes.
This picture was taken in Corregidor last January.
I’m pretty sure that you’ve all heard about the earthquakes in Japan and all the possible tsunamis that may happen around that part of the world. I live in the Philippines, so yes, I’ve seen a couple of warnings on the news lately. It’s scary.
Just a few minutes ago, though, a girl from a PSAT prep camp I attended in California last June, named Kristine (that was the first and last time I saw her, and I’m not so sure we even said anything to each other there), messaged me on Facebook and asked me if I was okay. At first, I was like, “Why wouldn’t I be?” But then I thought about it, and I realized that hey, at least she gives two cents about what’s been going on. She then told be that these two siblings from Japan that also went to the prep camp, Karan and Johnny, were okay, too.
Good for you, Kristine! Thanks for being so caring. I appreciate it, really.
(Now I shall continue to study before my mom sees me on my laptop. It’s exams next week, you know.)
(Oh, and one more thing – from now on, I don’t think I’ll edit my photos. I feel it removes the purity of it all.)
All of these shots are from a roll of film I used with my Canon T70, which used to be my grandfather’s. I really love it right now! Judge me if you wish, but I think my skills are improving! I know how to take an at least halfway decent picture with a film camera. PLUS POINTS FOR ME. (These pictures were taken around my house, just so you know.)
Tomorrow, I’m having lunch at my grandmother’s house. In the room that used to be my grandfather’s office, there’s a Pentax with a fixed lens (low aperture omg) calling my name. According to my dad, I can use it. In the words of Napoleon Dynamite: “Yes, yes, yes!”
Anyway, enjoy the pictures. Have a great Sunday!
For the next month (and possibly the next few), I will be shooting with film. It’s about time I do this, actually.
There won’t be much pictures until I get my rolls developed, thanks.
Here are some pictures from last Saturday.
Things I am currently enjoying:
+ Ann He’s amazing fashion photography. I can’t believe she’s just at least a year older than I am and already so freakishly talented. When I first saw her photos, I thought they were taken by a pro (Not that she isn’t, but you get what I mean.)!
+ Hanson’s new music video for their latest single, “Give a Little.” If this song does not make you want to do a little happy dance (or at least bob your head and grin from ear to ear while watching the video), then something is obviously wrong with you. No joke.
+ The Day Zero Project. The site has been down for a while, so image how happy I was to see that it was back online! I have my own account with my own list (it’s a private one, though), and I strongly recommend you make one of your own. It helps you keep track of the things you love, as well as your dreams and aspirations.
+ My cousin’s wedding, and how I got to curl my hair.
+ The fact that after three more weeks, I’m officially going to be free.