I’ve been hankering for a landscape shoot for some time now – it’s an itch that’s just begging to be scratched. I’ve been stuck, landscape-wise, since that trip to Layag-Layag (more landscapes from that in future posts). This is why in a fit of desperation, I set up my tripod at the back of the Folk Arts Theatre and took a shot at an overused (in every sense of the word) Manila Bay.
It was overcast that day, the ground still wet from the rain. I was going for a minimalist approach and was definitely looking to shoot in monochrome, since conditions were pointing to shots that would look better in black and white.