Let me just start by greeting everyone a very happy happy and prosperous new year (though I was a little bit late,but according to famous saying it’s better late than never).I know that I haven’t posted much last year because i became busy attending and doing things that needed much time and attention. Hopefully this year will be different and hopefully I will be able to post regularly here in my blog. With that let me just share you some of the photos I took before 2013 ends.
Balloons that kids surely loved.
What about Christmas decor that proudly hang on the the tree.
Faith (our church,taken after attending mass last Christmas Day)
Food (kikiam,tuknene and hotdog – famous street foods here in my country)
Oopps joining the selfie bandwagon this time. (photo credit to my nephew)
But of course I wouldn’t let the year ends photographing my favorite subject.. Flowers.
Lastly a decaying rose still attached to it’s branch.
That’s all for no.Again happy new year and happy blogging everyone.
**Just a wild yellow flower I saw blooming, taken still while on my holiday weekend vacation, and when my camera is in full condition. One thing I’ve noticed about this one was that the whole day it’s petal was closed and when the sun was about to set it started to open and bloom and show it’s true form of beauty.
Still on with the little walk outside our office/warehouse during our free time,having with me my camera I just did what I love to do,take photos. Found some beautiful flowers along the walk.
A yellow flower branching out
alone violet flower
a beautiful flower blooming in the corner
ampalaya (bitter gourd) flower (this was actually located inside our office/warehouse compound being grown by one our caretaker)
this one i guess looks familiar because I’ve previously posted this kind of flower (flower in the corner) and I visited them again and they still look beautiful with more flowers growing and blooming
can you spot the little sunflower at the background?
from another angle
*same kind of flower with different colors and yet they still posses the same beauty the other has