April 27, 2010
Published on: 4/27/2010 10:48:00 AM by Lantaw - 18 comments
Bangui pastel dawn
I got another chance to revisit Ilocos Norte a few weeks ago with my brother and sister-in-law who were on vacation here for a month. My brother, who is also into photography (you can find his gallery here), had no questions about the itinerary I prepared which included visits to places scheduled at hours most tourist would consider "ungodly".
April 16, 2010
Published on: 4/16/2010 03:01:00 PM by Lantaw - 15 comments
Its been three weeks since I last posted an entry. In the blogging world 3 weeks is an eternity. So I'm sharing some of the moods and colors I captured during my last trip home.
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