Today’s theme on tnchick.com‘s Photo Hunt is: Emotion(s)
My son, MagNate, has a lot of photos expressing emotions. Here are a few. I hope you enjoy as much as I did digging through his photo archives. I realized that a year ago, he was just so small; now he is big and so sure of himself.
tickled-pink (December 2006)
in deep thought (April 2008)
bored (May 2008)
irritable (May 2008)
extremely irritable (April 2007)
contented (January 2007)
happy (May 2007)
happy-sleepy (May 2007)
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This week on tnchick.com, the photo hunt theme is candy.
I took this shot 3 years ago at a hotel lobby in Cebu City, Philippines. They look like yummy candy treats, but these are actually just colorful pebbles at the bottom of a fountain. 😛
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This week’s theme is plastic.
In February last year, my daughter VGood’s pre-school held a family fun day. It was a wonderful day of games, food, fun and prizes held in one of the open spaces in UP-Diliman. Below, Patch is wearing one of the toys in the goody bag that every kid went home with. It’s a funny, geeky plastic mask! Isn’t she adorable still? 😉
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Today’s theme is shadow(s)
El Kabayo Riding Stables, Subic, Zambales, Philippines
Two weeks ago, my family went to Subic for some much needed rest and relaxation. El Kabayo is one of my favorite places in Subic because of the lush sceneries, beautiful wide-open spaces and because my family loves to ride horses. I love this photo. I love how those big acacia trees created some sort of a tunnel of shadows where horses and tired riders alike can retreat from the heat.
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See more photos of our Subic weekend here and here.
This week’s theme is colorful.
My mama has a beautiful garden in our Baguio home. When the flowers are in full bloom, it is a colorful and refreshing sight to behold. She and dad love to spend hours and hours with their plants – watering, weeding, pruning, tinkering, transplanting (you’d think they were MDs!), whispering even. Gardening provides them much entertainment and fulfillment. When we get visitors, they would boast: how they propagated so many Vanda orchids from a single bulb they got in Davao…
“how big and beautiful the Vandas are!”… “Oh, they bloom so often, and they stay alive so long”….
“And those anthuriums? It took us years to propagate them…”
“Ah… This one, the Grandma Rose (and a long narrative ensues)…”
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