The Fisherman and his bike Part 2
How can you even think that I would leave that bike alone? (that’s me and the fisherman both asking the same question at probably the same time!)
I prayed and waited for the man to go fish and leave his bike…. sometimes shit happens and othertimes you get lucky… the more you try the luckier you’ll get…
Patience really is a virtue…
The Fisherman and his bike Part 1
“Looks like I’ll be here for a while…”
Another aliwan sunset. There are lots (or should I say community) of these “Fisherman on a bike” hanging around the bay waiting for a nice catch for dinner… I saw the fishes earlier… gobbling up the waste from a gigantic pipe… coming from the restaurants and establishments in the vicinity… Go figure… :-(
One of the great (did I mention free?) ways to work on your photography and test your photo equipment… ;-)
Intellectual property has the shelf life of a banana.
Row, row, row your boat gently down the stream…
Whatever you are doing if it makes you happy, keep at it.
Keep on runnin’ - Journey
The beautiful Michelle Camacho is hands down, the Queen of The Aliwan (at least for me)… Saw all of them and none as graceful, eloquent, and engaging.
Vividly and movingly expressive.
Yesterday’s solo photowalk was really very good for me, I’m not as agile as I can be because of my operation but still… Anyways my body was not prepared as much so I had to leave after the sunset (aruy aruy aruy)… I felt a good high (soaring actually) after using my old school photography stuff again (much like the bird in the photo I suppose…)
The actual aliwan pics might take a while to upload coz I used film on most of it…
BTW that EOS-Zuiko 24 F2.8 Combo is a Killer…B-)