Category Archive: Outdoor

Salcedo Savvy

Spent my Saturday morning in Salcedo Market,  my go-to-place in Makati whenever I need certain ingredients for my Balinese cooking. Today I definitely got more than what I was looking for, to begin… Continue reading

Burning Sky

Nothing beat Mother Nature art, saw the sky colour so vivid red it made me halt on my way to our car. A quick snap to freeze the moment resulting in this photo.… Continue reading

Stormy Day

It’s September and the rainy season has officially arrived. I remember vividly the first time we experienced Typhoon in Manila, it was August 2013 and my better half was out of the country… Continue reading

Chasing Light

Never can get enough of this particular time of the day, when daylight slowly fades away with a golden glow. Little Miss were out in the field playing futbol with my better half… Continue reading

Sunday At Phil Swim

Short Course Leg 2 at Valle Verde, 5 hours long swim meet in the tropical heat, Little Miss swam  3 events (50m Back stroke, 100m Butterfly and 200m Free style) in 4 minutes… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday ~ Home with a View

As mentioned earlier in Packed,Unpacked and Settling Down these are view of Century Park and Pudong sky scraper from our balcony, home sweet home.

First Bike Ride in Pudong

After 6 months living in Shanghai and trying all sorts of transportation to explore the city (lot’s of walking, taxi, subway/metro, private cars, maglev, ferry) finally I get a hold of a bicycle… Continue reading

Wordless Wednesday ~ Nature Paint-Brush

When Spring unlocks the flowers to paint the laughing soil ~ Reginald Heber

Poppies Blooming

During my younger years living in Bali,  I dreamt about having a picnic near poppy fields, thanks to Monet painting “Les Coquelicots” in one of the book that I read in those days.… Continue reading

Solar Eclipse ~ 2012

My friend Darrel from Shanghai Exposed photography club invited the group to capture this rare annular solar eclipse at The Bund, Puxi side of Shanghai on early Monday morning (May 21). Unlike a… Continue reading