It’s been a while since I last used my Rolleiflex 2.8FE2. It’s a camera that is older than me (manufactured between 1959-1960) but it’s still functioning like it should which is a great testament to the German build quality and workmanship. For this random shoot. I used an expired roll of Kodak Pro 160. Despite […]
Last June, my wife and I decided we needed to have some “we” time. No Kids, no agendas, just “we” time. Since it was already June which ruled out trip to the beaches for us since it was rain and typhoon season here in the Philippines. We wanted to visit somewhere urban but relatively cheap […]
For foodies travelling up north to Baguio, Foggy Mountain Cookhouse should be a familiar name. Chef Marianito “Babes” Reyes opened this wonderful place at the outskirts of Baguio city proper. It is located on the outskirts of Baguio City proper but nonetheless, it is quite easy to access specially via Waze. The alfresco dining area […]
Antonio’s Fine Dining is our family’s happy place in Tagaytay. It’s a place we travel to maybe twice a year for the ambiance and for (in my personal opinion) the best steak I’ve ever tasted.
I recently traded one of my guitars – a Fender Roadworn 50’s Telecaster for this vintage white (looks more like shell pink) 2008 Fender Japan 62 Vintage Reissue Stratocaster. This was part of their DiMarzio Collection where in they installed DiMarzio Vintage pickups in it. I didn’t like the way the DiMarzio sounded so I […]
Last week the Philippines observed All Saint’s day (Nov. 1, 2018) and due to the date’s proximity to the weekend, the dates worked out for a long holiday weekend for many Filipinos with Nov. 2 (Friday) declared as an additional holiday and many offices having no work on Saturdays. A lot of people took advantage […]
Today the northern part of the Philippines is under severe storm warning due to Typhoon Rosita (international name: Yutu) making land fall. Metro Manila experienced some gusty winds and occasional torrential rains… seems like a good day to get reacquainted with the Fuji X100F, which I admit to have neglected for a while ever since getting […]