By Kerslyn On August 29th, 2012
I surely miss watching sunsets. It’s been a while since our last sunset chasing moment so I am looking forward to a glorious exit when we were at Paradise Island Park and Beach Resort last weekend. Unfortunately, Mr. Sun hid behind the thick cloud formations so here’s what our eyes enjoyed for a few moments…
Photo taken with our Lumix LX5, borrowed from http://www.acelynnierva.com
Looking forward to a fiery sunset one of these days!
By Kerslyn On March 25th, 2012
One of the things that I wanted to do in Manila (I am referring here of the country’s capital and not just the city) is to shoot the sunset from Baywalk – facing Manila Bay where the sun sets in the horizon. Unfortunately, we can’t squeeze in chasing sunset in our itinerary every time we’re in Manila. But still, I and hubby are lucky to witness the stunning sunset in Manila from the pre-departure lounge of NAIA Terminal 3 while waiting for our flight back to Davao on February 20 last year.
Hubby took the two photos above using our old Canon EOS 400D with the 28-135mm lens attached to it in different exposure settings. I love this kind of sunset because there’s no sun flares, with the red-orange hues, and the defined edges of the sun which I don’t normally see.
I took the last photo using my Panasonic Lumix LX5 in sunset setting. All photos are SOOC or Straight Out of the Camera (as I don’t normally post process photos), just cropped, watermarked, and resized for web publishing.
This is my entry for SOOC (Straight Out of the Camera) Sunday.
By Kerslyn On March 21st, 2012
I have lots of aerial photos from all our travels. I am one shutter happy when inside the plane because I don’t usually sleep and I take the window seat most of the time. Here’s one taken during our flight back to Davao from Zamboanga City almost two years ago. The peak you are seeing in the center is the Mt. Apo and the cone-shaped little one far in the background is Mt. Matutum. Climbing the country’s highest peak is in my bucket list. I just don’t know when I would be able to accomplish that. There’s no snow in this part of the earth but I know it’s super cold up there and snowboard jackets at PeterGlenn.com would be one great gear to keep me warm for sure.
What I love in this photo are the white clouds covering part of the mountain ranges. It looks beautiful against the green and blue shade of the mountains and the sky.
This is my late entry for