By Raffy Paredes
Here are today’s featured readers and their photos.
Chak Ian Flores shares his photo titled “Unang Prusisyon para kay San Clemente.” He writes: “Ito ay taon-taon ginagawa dito sa aming bayan ng Angono Rizal para sa simula ng araw ng Novena para sa kapistahan.”
From Don San Agustin is “Photobomber.” He took the photo at the Luneta on Nov. 1. “I used my smartphone which is now almost broken,” writes Don. “I believe that photography is haunting my soul.”
Gilbert Obal sent in an untitled photo of several kids looking out from the window of a vehicle. Photo was taken in Pasig City.
Jojo Jebulan’s untitled photo is a night photo of the Manila Post Office with its reflection on the waters of the Pasig River as seen from Jones Bridge.
“Happiness,” a photo of a laughing young girl comes from Junie Nuque of Paco, Manila. Junie is a licensed architect and a photographer at heart.
Karla Jane Timado submitted the photo, “Street Performer.” She shares: “The photo was taken on November 10 in Baclaran, Parañaque City. This blind man was confidently singing in the street, proudly showing off his talent despite having a disability.”
From Marc Jolas Aquino is the long exposure night photo, “Light Trails.” He shot the photo along Sumulong Highway in Antipolo City.
Mark Jayson Cruz contributed the photo titled “Marlboro Hills” taken in Sagada, Mountain Province. “The beauty of Mother Nature is a balm,” shares Mark. “It’s completely the opposite of magnificent skylines and urban landscapes. While man-made wonders astonish one’s mind on man’s limitless creativity, Nature soothes the human spirit, the longing to reset ourselves from the complications of life.”
Marvyn Dela Cruz sent in the photo of two travellers reflected on a puddle of water titled “Lakbay.”
And the nature photo, “Wildlife Conservation” comes from Vinod Thomas.
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