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 They were originally made from US military jeeps left over from World War II and are known for their flamboyant decoration and crowded seating.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.
I had the chance to secure a permit to shoot the newest artwork installments in Bonifacio Global City c/o Soul BGC Magazine.
Shot last April 17, 2012 using a 15-30sec exposure @ ISO 200, F14
Photos by: Sam Lim
Hidden Valley, Laguna (May 2012)
by Sam Lim
The Oblation is a concrete statue by Filipino artist Guillermo E. Tolentino which serves as the iconic symbol of the University of the Philippines. It depicts a man facing upward with arms outstretched, symbolizing selfless offering of oneself to his country.
“Uyaanan” - A Traditional Tree House in Davao, Philippines.
by Sam Lim