For more information about Pueblo por la Playa, just check this previous post out. 🙂
Well now, it was just me, Kaia (the camera lol), and a gorgeous place with so many interesting things and subjects to shoot. Add to that the ever-changing lighting courtesy of Mr. Sun, and that’s photography heaven right there. 🙂
Some of you may see this as a pool view, or the more observant ones see this as my brother dancing a pirouette, but that’s actually my brother freaking out on my dad, having one of his temper tantrums, because he’s tired of learning swimming. Oh brother, the middle of the 9 ft. pool is not the place you want Dad disciplining you. :p
Don’t you love the gradient effect of the sky? 🙂 God’s marvelous creation, indeed!
By this time, the sun was beginning to set, as if saying: “uy, hurry up, a lot of things just got more interesting.” Thankful for God’s natural lighting! 🙂
One of my favorite shots – it’s that moment when you just spot it and go click, and then you got a little more than you bargained for. 😀
Off to the beach! Look at those gorgeous colours of blue.
On our way to a small strip with flowers (which Papa spotted), I spotted ze brother’s windblown hair. O ha, di na kailangan ng hairspray! (You don’t need hairspray for this!) 😀
No catchy or gimmicky endings for this post – seeing these photos just reminded me of how amazing God is, and how privileged I am to be seeing His hand in the small things around me. Blessed. ❤