Catmon, Cebu II
If only I could swim, I would totally jump off that abandoned building (see first photo) and every cliff that I see no matter its distance above the sea level. Too bad I can’t and it sucks. I always envy those who can. Haha! Most of these photos are kind of blurry because I have shaky hands. And I also wish that my hands aren’t shaky. That way, I could take better shots. Oh well.
Smena 35, DNP Centuria 400
Catmon, Cebu I
I am catching up! I had my rolls developed a week ago because I finally found my film stash (yay me) so here’s a set of photos I took during that chill day with friends. I’m not so sure where in Catmon this place is exactly located but damn, their salt water is thrice as salty as normal you can’t even open your eyes underwater. But the place is quite good and relaxing, the ocean is so blue I’m in love with it. I wish for more days like this.
Smena 35, Fujifilm Superia X-tra 400
Backlogs & Reflections
Yaaaay! It’s good to be back! Hahaha. I know I haven’t been posting for a really, really long time. My last entry was on January and I got gravely busy months after that. So many things happened in such a short span of time. There were changes, achievements, and compromises. For eight weeks, I have been preparing myself mentally, emotionally, and physically for my thesis and oh boy, good thing everything paid off. I finally finished college and got my degree which ranks #1 on my Before I Die list. After graduation, I was in a horrible stage - that feeling when you don’t know what you’re going to do next while everyone else was plotting goals and making plans for their future.
I wasn’t doing any of those in light of the following reasons:
1) I embrace whatever comes to me. Say, I just go with the flow and take advantage of it.
2) I’m overly indecisive. I do have goals and I plan things but sometimes, they don’t work out that way I want them to be.
3) I think it’s too early to tell what I’m bound to do for the next 10 years.
Now that I have a job that I surprisingly like, maybe it’s okay to think about my present disposition first rather than the future. I mean after all, the future is nothing but a result of the present, right? So yeah, speaking of backlogs, I am now part of the 20-something bandwagon. I guess I’m not fond of being a 20-something because I’m not getting any younger. I know, I’m so random.