I’m bored so I’m reprocessing some of my old photos. These are portraits of elderly people I’ve taken in Anawim.
Check my older post here:
Pasintabi sa Quiapo
(by Sam Lim)
For some, they think its a place where pick pockets and robbers roam. What they don’t see are real hard working people trying to earn a living with what seems to be nothing. Trying to cope up with society. Failing and moving at the same time. These are some of them.
Do they look scary to you? I don’t think so….
Walking the Streets of Baguio City
This was my third time in Baguio City and during my first two visits, I wasn’t able to bring a decent camera with me. This time, it was different. I was travelling with my family and in-laws so I brought my X100 with me to make sure I take pictures of them during the trip. On the side, I also tried documenting the things I see on the streets the way I picture them in my head.
Come! Take a peek…
(by Sam Lim)
Three months ago I thought that life wasn’t supposed to be perfect. Three months ago when she was born. Today, my daughter is now three months old and this is what she looks like.
For me, nothing could possibly be better than this.
Sandwich @ Arabiscasto
Found these photos lying somewhere in my external drive. I had to post them! Oh I miss the days when I was photographing bands while drinking and listening to good music! What the hell happened???!
So you’ve all seen my wife’s maternity shoot but came September 14, 2012 at exactly 4:08pm in UST Hospital… a “Star” was born!
I would like you all to meet our 7.1lbs precious princess… Tala Isabelle Santos Lim.
Does her name have a meaning?
”Tala" which literally means "Star" in Filipino and is also the name of the Goddess of Stars in Tagalog Mythology.
"Isabelle" which means "My God is a Vow" in Hebrew.
So why Isabelle and not Isabel?
Isabelle is the French version of Isabel, and incorporates the word ‘belle’ - French for beautiful. That’s why!
I guess I really have to buy a new hard drive dedicated for Tala to sustain the amount of photos I’ll be taking of her. Oh, by the way, I always mentioned that I’m constantly looking for inspiration in what I do and I’m happy to say I found one.
Jeepneys are the most popular means of public transportation in the Philippines. They were originally made from US military jeeps left over from World War II and are known for their flamboyant decoration and crowded seating. They have become a ubiquitous symbol of Philippine culture. - MR. WIKIPEDIA
UP Ikot is a jeepney found inside the University of the Philippines. A public means of transportation for students, professors and guests.
A night walk down the park for some fresh air, a little bit of exercise along with my fuji x100. These are photo ramblings.. Its kind of like talking to yourself without you even noticing but this time while shooting. A part of my brain tells me that photos aren’t suppose to be perfect. Its like letting go of rules and just taking pictures. Nothing more.