Stories and photographs from visits to old alleyways and scenic landscapes

Month: October 2017

A cold day in Baguio City

A cold day in Baguio City

     Camera: Holga 135BC (available at Lomography) Film: Fuji 64T Location: Baguio City, Philippines   Location: Mines View Park   Location: Camp John Hay   Location: Saint Louis University   Location: Burnham Park   Location: Session Road

I Still Shoot Film – Series 1

I Still Shoot Film – Series 1

Camera: Holga 135 BC- Available at Lomoraphy Diana F+ – Available at Lomography Canon AE-1P Film: Agfa CT Precisa 100 35mm – Available at Lomography Kodak Ektar 100 35mm – Available at Lomography Kpdak Ektachrome E200 35mm Lucky Super 200 35mm Kodak Elitechrome 100 35mm Fujifilm Provia 100F 35mm […]

The Niagara on the Lake Effect

The Niagara on the Lake Effect

When visiting Niagara Falls, one must make Niagara on the Lake a side trip, which is only around 30-mins drive away. The small town is known for its wineries, the summer Shaw Festival – a series of theater productions and culinary excellence. The flower-filled, tree-lined […]

The Niagara Wine Trail

The Niagara Wine Trail

“Where the soil, the slope, the sunshine, the warmth, the rainfall and the craftsmanship all matter. Together, they give us better grapes. And better grapes give us better wine.” – VQA Ontario has three primary grape-growing regions, where the soil and climate create unique growing conditions: […]

The Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York City

The Metropolitan Museum of Art – New York City

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (“The MET”) is the largest art museum in the US located in New York City with an overwhelming collection of more than 2 million works divided among the 17 curatorial departments. I suggest to concentrate on these five must see […]

Best views of New York City

Best views of New York City

I’ve rounded up the best places to get a stunning view of NYC skyscrapers, skyline, city, architecture and urbanity. The street is still the best place for me to marvel NYC – getting closer to a building means seeing its character and knowing its history! […]