Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

May 31, 2014 at 8:54 am | Posted in DOWNTIMES, WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE | 11 Comments
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This split-second story captures the end of my family’s Antipolo times. My parents sold this house last month because we have not stayed here for quite a while now. My family has been living in the UAE and we come here during our vacations only. We don’t even really stay here during the whole vacation because we would usually stay in our grannies’ place in Bulacan. This house is also a bit far, located in the cool and breezy mountains of Antipolo City.

Leaving this place is a sad part for our family because there’s lots of good memories shared in here.

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However, a new house is currently being constructed in Bulacan, and this will be our new vacation house in the Philippines. It is within my grannies’ compound so we will not be very far away from our loved ones. I’ll share the pics with you when the construction finishes.

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This week’s theme for The Daily Post  Weekly Photo Challenge is “Split-Second Story”.

The challenge is to become a documentary photographer and attempt to capture a candid moment of a person, place or thing. The author is asked to tell a story by documenting a moment in time through a single image.

Check out more split-second stories!

Icezine Split Second Story (Weekly Photo Challenge)

 

Vacation Bits 09: Goobye Antipolo House.

May 6, 2014 at 12:53 am | Posted in DOWNTIMES, MOM AND DAD, PLACES I'VE BEEN TO | 1 Comment
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One of the saddest part of our vacation was selling our house in Antipolo City.

My parents love this house because this was their first house after getting married.

But because our family now lives in the UAE, and nobody is looking after the house, my parents decided to sell the house.

This is my room in this house.But now. this will just part of a happy memory.

These are our last family pictures inside our Antipolo house.

It was a sad moment to leave a place that has been part of our lives. We hope that the nexthouse owners will love this place as much as we loved it.

We will surely treasure our happy moments here.

 

 

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