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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Love, Understanding, Compassion and Support

Love, understanding, compassion and support to those having personal issues on themselves. Putting yourself to someone's shoes. In that way, any person having personal issues let them realize deal with their own predicaments. Healing probably is not a choice..but it's a process. Unfortunately, NOT all the learning being taught can help them. Inspire them instead of just only by giving a mere learning sermons...


Monday, October 20, 2014

Forest Park Angono: Model Photo Shoot

I've been hearing a lot about the famous park in Rizal where visitors can enjoy the breeze of the nature and when you go up on top of the park is teeming with high rising trees and shrubs and overlooking view of Angono.  The Forest Park is located at San Isidro in Angono, approximately 20 minutes jeepney ride from Junction, Ortigas Extention, Cainta.

Last Thursday, I was invited to shoot some models whose theme was about Halloween and all the models wore in black suits.  We climbed to the top of the forest and I never thought there would be good location for some photo shoots like this.  I have been scouting a place for prenups and this is interesting to know that they are open for photo shoots without worrying to pay expensive fees unlike other location that is not open for location shoots for prenups unless you pay the amount for the photo shoots.

The model shoot in Forest Park started at 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Finally I have visited this park that is just a few minutes ride from my house.

Thursday, October 9, 2014

Just Another Day in Tanay, Rizal

It’s quite a surprise visiting Tanay, Rizal for the fourth time this year.  This nearby town gives me mood being an alternative place to go aside from my bucket list.  My spiritual buddy who is an agnihotra practitioner is aligned with the nature the reason why he wanted to go to Tanay to see the falls and the cave I visited in the past travel destination.

We decided to meet up at Robinson’s Supermarket in Cainta as early as 7 a.m. but we were able to leave almost 10 a.m. after we took our breakfast at Jollibee inside the supermarket.  We took Tanay-bound jeep via Antipolo route.

After one and a half travel time, we reached the drop off point which is the market, where we rented a tricycle that will bring us to some of the tourist spots of Tanay.  Glenn, who is my spiritual buddy brought some foods for our picnic.

Our first itinerary was Calinawan Cave.  There was no tour guide unlike the last time I went to this place where Senz was one of the tour guides.  One of the locals by the name of Christopher who acted as our tour guide. The tour lasted about an hour as Glenn loves taking pictures for his art reference.  He loves the cave and enjoyed every moment of our adventure inside.
A stop over at the bridge. Glenn enjoys taking pictures of a river

Glenn poses with his celfone camera
A creative shot I did for Glenn inside the cave
Upper hole where the light passes through in the cave
Stairway to the upper level of the cave
Our second destination in our day tour was Daranak Falls.  We got the cottage for our picnic and had our late lunch there.  The last time I visited Daranak falls was 3 years ago when I did some photo shots of the falls. 
Daranak Falls
A friendly dragonfly
Creative shot I took photo of  Daranak Falls
It was weekdays the reason why it wasn’t crowded.  Only few people went swimming and that was the best time to take some pictures of the falls.  It rained shortly while we took some photos and after a few hours we decided to leave the place and instructed the driver to bring us to Parola Lighthouse which is located at the heart of Tanay town.
Preparing for the Agnihotra ritual
Parola Lighthouse during sunset
Actual agnihotra ritual
The Parola Lighthouse was our last itinerary.  Glenn had to prepare his agnihotra rituals just a few minutes before sunset.  I guess this is how agnihotra works.  It was timely when we reached the lighthouse so he had time to prepare the things used in his rituals.  It was three years ago the last time I went to Parola Lighthouse with my friend Jonathan together with our Daranak tour.

The whole tour lasted for about 9 hours starting from our meet up place to riding a van at the market.  Finally I got home by 8 in the evening.  The tour was very promising as this gave us the opportunity to energize ourselves from the healing essence of the nature that Tanay, Rizal can offer to its visitors, especially that Glenn and I are in the spiritual path.