I have a separate Tumblr account for photo shoots that I do, but I decided already to put them here too. I hope to do more soon. :) x

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Sheeesh! I didn’t post for a few days. :| I’m lacking 5 entries for my Project 366 already. I should punish myself. Hahaha. But, but.. apparently I’m really busy, and it’s taking too long for me to think what kind of photos to post. Because honestly, I don’t like posting random different photos. Or I’m not just used to it.  I don’t know why I always feel the need to post photos which all match together. A photo set. When I do a photo shoot, I always want to have one motif; all the photos should look the same. I don’t know what you think of that, but that’s how I work.

Maybe, for a while, I should stop post processing photos a lot. I wanna try posting raw photos that I can take from everyday scenarios. I’ll try to start as soon as I’m in the mood. I’m really moody, I can’t work if I’m not in the mood. :|

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This is a recap of the photos I’ve posted earlier. These were all taken in the house of Dr. Jose Rizal (the Philippines’ National Hero) in Calamba, Laguna. I named this photo set as "The Cradle of the Unforgotten" and I made this as a tribute to him. Truly, he wasn’t forgotten by us Filipinos. He’s still a big inspiration until now. Well anyway, I hope you enjoyed this photo set!  

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michellethebelle: Thanks for following my literary blog (literaryglamour)! Your photos are amazing, looking forward to seeing them on my dashboard! :)

Aww, thank you so much! I actually like your blog a lot. Books are <3 . :)

breannahasablog-deactivated2012: thanks for the follow! you have absolutely beautiful photography, btw! <3

No prob. Thank you so much! :) xo

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