Category Archive: Snapshots

Snapshot Sunday, El Nido Philippines

Ubugon Lagoon on the island of Cadlao in El Nido, Philippines, was my once in a life time visit, my opportunity to live out the “Blue Lagoon” moment in privacy. ****** For my post… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – The Marbling Effect

. The water below and the sky above marbled by a beautiful summer day. (Tony Knowles Coastal Trail, Anchorage, Alaska) .

Snapshot Sunday – Exotic Sunset

. Sunsets are truly beautiful no matter where it maybe. Imagine having a day of adventure on the Rio Negro and ending it with such a wonderful vision. The hues in the sky illuminate the… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Victoria Harbour

. One man’s junk is another man’s pleasure craft. Hundreds of years of history now wrapped in this vessel sailing amid new history arising from the lapping waves and reaching to the tops… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, the Coming of Darkness

Dusk, the coming of darkness, once again brings the importance of light. The constant struggle between light and darkness is never ending.  * (pier side at Sibonga, Cebu, Philippines) . .

Snapshot Sunday, The Apocalypse

The end of the world as we know it, the Apocalypse. Has man finally done it and destroyed one another? Am I riding into the cloud of doom? Actually, this is dawn in Wasilla,… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Innocence in Paradise

The innocence of young children discovering a new world. Two young girls visit the Philippines for the first time. They comb the beach for seashells and experiences. Their innocence allows them to enjoy this… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, J Paul Getty Museum Garden

My favorite museum in the Los Angeles area, not just for the art but also for the beautiful garden that overlooks the city. . . (J.Paul Getty Museum, 2007)

Snapshot Sunday, Quito Ecuador

This is just one of many colonial churches in Quito, Ecuador. One of many reasons Quito was the first city to be declared a World Cultural Heritage Site, along with Krakow, by UNESCO in 1978. ****** For my… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Alaska

I usually prefer the aisle seat when I fly but on shorter flights I don’t mind the window seat.  When the view is this spectacular, I may never sit in the aisle again. Luckily, the… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Costa Rica

Kayaking through a mangrove forest of Costa Rica is a one of a kind experience with monkeys crossing island to island through the branches overhead but don’t forget to keep your eye on the… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Sinulog

The Sinulog Festival is an annual cultural and religious festival held on the third Sunday of January in Cebu City, Philippines. ***** for my post on this festival please see: Sinulog

Snapshot Sunday, Guardian of Rio

Christ the Redeemer guards Rio de Janeiro in sunny skies, gloomy or red skies, whatever it maybe. ***** For my article on Rio De Janeiro, please see: Rio de Janeiro, My Trophy

Snapshot Sunday, El Nido Palawan

Low tide brings the dawn of a new day in paradise. * for my post on El Nido, please see: Paradise Found, El Nido

Snapshot Sunday, Costa Rica

Manual Antonio National Park * Where the ocean laps the shore with the tide trickling towards the foliage of the rainforest which stands at the edge of the sand. ***** for my Costa Rica post,… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, The Galapagos

Enjoy and have fun! is todays theme. We only have one life, go live it. I’m an aspiring photographer, a novice on my best day, and always on the hunt for that perfect shot… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Christ the Redeemer

Sometimes nature will help you with your canvas. The marble background came and went quickly, as if I planned the shoot. No matter your religion, is this inspirational? *** for more similar posts see… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Kawasan Falls

Waterfalls are a symbol of power, speed, and the source of rainbows.  What does it mean to you?