One Saturday night, our friends Chu and Jerome treated us to dinner at Sprockets Cafe, a cafe owned by someone I know who loves film and film photography, hence the name “sprockets.”
I love film photography and I love my Vivitar IC-100 because it is cheap (only P350), I can take it anywhere with me because it is light and small, and I am not worried of thieves wherever I bring it with me. Recently, I’ve been into skies and buildings. Something about them, standing tall and lonely, reminds me of man, of mankind. We are a great race but we cause our own problems, we are standing tall and yet, like these buildings, we may fall. We are bound to fall.
There was a time when I was at Gaisano Capital every Saturday buying plates and ceramic wares. So, it was a sad day when last year during the Christmas holidays the building went down due to fire.
My friend, Nestie, gave birth to a baby girl today. A month ago, we had a photoshoot in their home one rainy Sunday. There was no theme in particular, we just played with the laid-back vibe of a happy home and a rainy Sunday afternoon.
Let me tell you my Halloween story.