This has since replaced San Miguel’s Pale Pilsen as the Philippines most popular brew. Marketed as the healthier choice which actually lead to, drinkers simply doubling their intake. Perfect beach drink and accompaniment to chicharon bulaklak, sisig and all those ultra high calorie appetizers. Not for the “I drink to get drunk” crowd. Definitely not for the beer connoisseur.
May our resolve last a lifetime. May our blessings be bountiful year in and year out. And may we forgive and forget in a heartbeat. Happy New Year :-)
Sometimes the best gift won’t come from a store! I don’t really dig hockey so I have no idea who the Toronto Maple Leaf’s are. I’ve never even been to Canada, yet :-). However I have been borrowing this jersey quite regularly from my son whenever Philippine weather permits it. Yesterday he surprised me and gave me his hand me down or hand me up as my Christmas gift, neatly wrapped and all. You have to know that he traded it for one of his best trading items during a camp in Europe because that’s how much he likes it. It really is Christmas and Love is all around :-)
Q:WHAT MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER WHEN YOU ARE IN A BAD MOOD?
Penoy na may sabaw over rice with adobo and chicharon plus sukang pinakurat!
You can only really like what resonates with you. To like is experiential, whether tangible or intangible.
Intentionally defocusing a shot to get those dreamy polygons called bokeh, can be addicting. You would need a fast lens like the canon 50mm f1.8 I posted earlier to be able to play around with this effect. It can also be a good excuse for a badly taken photo :-). “Ang Mga Parol” (Filipino Lanterns) at Bonifacio High Street Global City Taguig, Philippines. 50mm f1.8 1/60
In the advent of FaceBook’s Timeline, recalling times gone by has never been more enjoyable or stressful. That badly taken photo could take away all the good vibes out of a very memorable moment. Thankfully updating from a point and shoot to a pro-sumer camera with interchangeable lenses has become more practical nowadays. This 50mm 1.8 lens by Canon, which costs less than a 100$, should be in your camera bag always. Nikon has its own equivalent, albeit slightly higher priced lens. The lens is cheap but getting “I like it when you take my photo because you always make me look good" compliment is priceless :-). Learn to take better photos this new year or give this lens as a gift to a budding photographer who will have you as his muse! No I don’t work for Canon :-)