The last time I put up a post, the world was vastly different from what it is today. It almost seems like a lifetime ago. There are too many thoughts to process, and I wouldn’t think to burden anyone with them, least of all the few (if any at all) folks who check in here from time to time.
Suffice to say I hope that we are beginning to walk towards some semblance of normality — albeit with bated breath — as we wait for an effective vaccine to become widely available. I also hope that especially in light of recent events, we are also walking towards a society that is much more conscious of its ills and is willing to take decisive steps to cure itself. Finally, I hope we have a much better appreciation of the value of life, time, and the relationships we cultivate.
Keep safe out there, everyone.
It seems I’m making a habit of being remiss in posting. Over my drowning in work over these past few weeks – articles to write, TV shows to conceptualize, emails to respond to, publications to supervise, and all that jazz – it’s a bit difficult to squeeze in blogging.
But here we are anyway.
I was fortunate enough to find the time last Christmas and New Year to join a couple of fellow photography hobbyists in conquering (or at least trying to) the tidelands of Dingalan, Aurora, for a year-end photo safari.
Many thanks again to Jon Aguirre, Dinno Sandoval, Jun Dacumos and Rodel Manabat for having me.
The weather and cloud conditions weren’t cooperating for most of time were there and the waves were just crazy. I definitely need to learn more on how to make the best out of situations like these.