By Raffy Paredes
Here are today’s featured readers and their photos.
Breakthrough (Frances Pearlin Estrellado)
Wine And Sunsets (Rhea R. Camba)
Untitled (Katrina T. Diesta)
Untitled (Julius Ilagan)
Sa Kabukiran (Juanchito Paner)
Not For Sale (Jay Pante)
New Jones (Angelyn Rose Guamos)
Dagat (Christian Flores)
Christmas Cat (Cherry DV. Agoyaoy)
Capital Vices (Robert Bryan De La Rosa)
Angelyn Rose Guamos, legal secretary of Belgica Aranas Baldueza Dela Cruz and Associates sent in the photo titled “New Jones.”
From Cherry DV. Agoyaoy is the photo, “Christmas Cat.” “This is a photo of my four-year-old cat, Cotton, who is as curious as any cat can get,” writes Cherry.” He loves to play with the Christmas decor.”
Christian Flores shares “Dagat,” a photo of the sea in Batangas as reflected on a pair of shades.
The photo “Breakthrough” comes from Frances Pearlin Estrellado, a grade school teacher at the Liceo de San Pablo.
Jay Pante (a.k.a. Yuna Juan), a father, visual storyteller, street photographer, X shooter, contributed the photo of a young girl sitting inside a styrofoam box beside boxes of bananas titled “Not for Sale.”
From Juanchito Paner is “Sa Kabukiran.” Chito writes that this is a photo from the pre-wedding shoot of Caloy and Jennie at Balatik ricefields, Brgy. Tatala, Binangonan, Rizal.
Julius Ilagan submitted the untitled night photo of a merry-go-round.
Katrina T. Diesta shares an untitled photo of a hot air lantern about to be launched into the air. She writes: “Sawatdeeka, on Nov. 11-12, I celebrated my first Loy Krathong and Yi Peng Festival here in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Locals and tourists are joining this event annually. The word ‘loy’ means ‘to float’ and ‘krathong’ means flowers, ‘to float the flowers.’ They say that you need to wish first before letting your krathong float in the river. The Yi Peng is also called Lantern Festival, people buy lanterns then light it and let it fly in the air. They say you need to write your wish in the lantern so that it will be granted. Thousands of people celebrated these festivals in different areas in Thailand.”
Rhea R. Camba, a travel photographer for almost six years sent in the photo of silhouetted people in various poses on the horizon titled “Wine and Sunsets.” Her description reads: “People enjoyed many incredible sunsets in Europe, especially over the Mediterranean and Adriatic Seas.” Rhea took the photo in Dubrovnik, Croatia. She shares that she has explored six continents of the world: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia.
And from Robert Bryan De La Rosa is a posed composition titled “Capital Vices,” suitable for last month’s day of the dead. His accompanying statement reads: “Seven deadly sins. Seven ways to die. Which deadly sin are you?”
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