Vignettes from Gapan, Nueva Ecija

This week, we went on a trip to Gapan, Nueva Ecija to meet some family friends. The drive was long and, nothing new to Philippine climate, very humid. Proved all worth it, though: I was able to take some photos using my phone (I wish I brought a mirrorless or a D.S.L.R.!); began posting something on my vsco account, like any normal being should; and had an interesting lunch on a raft at Minalungao National Park in General Tinio.

Here are some of the pics.


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On our way to the park, we encountered this fun heard of cows. Felt surreal for some reason. Like I’m in some movie.


 I feel like one among the cool kids who shoot feet and elusive felines.

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Clear skies make me want to just…fly. Don’t you?

Now, off to shoot some fun with my sister and my nieces.

This is Jelai—you’ve probably seen her in previous ‘grams. She likes posing, apparently.
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This is Nickole. She’s great. But can we take a moment to appreciate how gorgeous I’ve managed to make the lighting look? Anyway, yeah, Nickole’s pretty great too.
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Finally, here’s my ate Ana. She loves dat yellow umbrella. 😊