December 28, 2010

Feeding the Fish in Nuvali

On our way back from Tagaytay we stopped to feed the Koi in Nuvali. I hadn't been to Nuvali in a while and was surprised at all the development that occurred in just a few months.

The fish feeding station wasn't open when we arrived so we had to settle for waving our fingers above the water and watching the fish crowd around looking up at us waiting to be fed. It was quite funny. One of the onlookers found a piece of bread to throw at the fish and I took a video of how the huge group of Koi fought against one another to the point of flapping around above water just trying to eat the single piece of bread.  I won't be posting the video here though.


I snapped this picture while I was in the car on the way back home from Nuvali. 

December 25, 2010

A Merry Tagaytay Christmas

I spent Christmas in Tagaytay with my huge family this year. The traffic was horrible and it was surprisingly cold but the entire vacation was a major food fest and I loved every bit of it. I of course also took some pictures of the scenery.

December 17, 2010

Thank you for visiting my blog!

About me: 
I am not a photographer by profession. 
I just like to travel, eat, and take pictures of pretty things.
I do not have a D-SLR (yet). I often use a point and shoot.

About this blog:
 This is a blog designed to make world's meet.
A way to showcase the sides of the world I've been to and seen.
Moments are captured with a single click. 
This is why those who cannot draw, must take pictures. 
On copyright:
You don't have to be a professional to take good pictures. 
You just have to be in love with life - with moments. 
And you have to want to paint those moments,
immortalize them, 
so that others may appreciate them with you.
I know I can't prevent you from copying what you like, 
but if you do decide to download something from my site, 
please don't forget to acknowledge me. 

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